Pity the poor small-business employee.

A new study says they feel "unfulfilled" at work, thanks at least in part to a lack of communication and feedback on the part of their company and its managers.

The study, from business-to-business ratings and reviews site Clutch, found that 42 percent of small-business employees say neither their companies nor managers provide feedback — despite the fact that human resources experts say that consistent performance evaluation is one of the most important qualities of a manager.

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