Feel like screaming at work?
Janine* was having trouble with work. Finding work was a cinch for her: she had good skills and good references, but none of the jobs lasted. A few months after getting work, she’d resign.
At first it seemed that Janine was just having awfully bad luck with jobs. But then, her reasons for leaving started to sound similar – her co-workers at one office were awful and lazy, her boss was unpleasant, she couldn’t get on with a colleague or her whole team was mean.
Janine complained about headaches and nausea before going to work. She started to take sick days and got into fights at meetings. She was angry, and her family was suffering. She hardly ate.
Finally Janine would leave “for my family’s sake, for my health”.
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