Dealing With Toxic Environments
I recently saw some posters dealing with toxic environments that I thought were very focused (Cole, 2019):
Do You Work In A Toxic Work Environment?
Does the thought of work stress you out?
Do you feel depressed or overwhelmed while you are working?
Do you have a hard time disconnecting yourself from your job when you come home?
If you answered 'yes' to these questions you may be working in a toxic environment.
Sometimes it's hard to tell if you work in a toxic environment or you just hate your job.
A toxic workplace will negatively affect your health.
It can make you sick.
You are more likely to experience depression.
You may feel less motivated in general to do anything.
3. Do you dread going to work?
Does your workplace come with internal politics or cliques?
Is your employer a revolving door where colleagues are coming and leaving?
Is there more gossip than open conversation?
Is there an absence of trust throughout the organization?
Do you feel uncomfortable disagreeing with your manager or colleagues?
Are you pessimistic when someone proposes a new idea?
Think about it-- bullying will thrive in a toxic environment. We can stop bullying by eradicating toxic environments.
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