A profile of Miller by Jonathan Blitzer in The New Yorker Friday reports on Miller’s style of management where he allegedly berates, interrupts, and disregards officials, particularly those of lower-rank, creating an environment in which people hide things from him to avoid his wrath.

These approaches of dealing with people contradict what research and experts say about being a good boss …

A boss who is unfair might be stressful, but a study by The Academy of Management shows that bosses who act out unfairly in unpredictable ways are worse for employees’ well-being.