Like all things in life, work comes with the good, the bad and the ugly. And when it comes to being in a toxic work environment, that is about as ugly as it can get.
While it is normal to feel occasional bouts of stress on the job, a toxic work environment can amplify stress to a whole new level by negatively impacting your mental and physical health. According to certified professional coach, Lori Sherwin, the definition of a toxic work environment is a place that “makes you feel uncomfortable, unappreciated, or undervalued.” When work is probably the second place you spend the majority of your time, it should be a safe and happy space much like your own home.
If leaving your current job is not in your immediate future, here are my five ways to turn the tables on a toxic work environment.
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