Who is actually the boss in your office? A recent study suggests that workers in different positions have different perceptions about who's calling the shots.

Mostly, the survey of 1,800 U.S. adults, commissioned by the Workforce Institute and WorkplaceTrends.com, demonstrated the high level of uncertainty among employees about where responsible rests for workplace culture.

It found, for instance, that few workers believe that HR defines the workplace culture. Only 10 percent of managers and rank-and-file workers said so, as did a third of HR personnel.

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