It's common to work for a boss who micromanages you each day at the office.
That's according to Danny Shteinberg, co-founder and CMO of career site Workey. He tells CNBC Make It that a micromanager supervises an "excessive" amount, constantly checks the work performance of employees and hovers over day-to-day tasks of his or her workers.
Millennials are quick to be annoyed by micromanaging bosses because they value independence and responsibility, says Shteinberg. Having a boss who controls every minor aspect of your work can make you feel undervalued, which may lead to a decline in your quality of work.
So what should you do if you have a boss who hovers over you? Shteinberg gives these three key tips: