Job stress can be all-consuming — but it doesn’t have to be. Address your triggers, keep perspective and know when to seek help. Your job is a likely source of stress, but you’re not powerless to the effects of stress at work. Effectively coping with job stress can benefit both your professional and personal life.
From Uber to Nike to CBS, recent exposés have revealed seemingly dysfunctional workplaces rife with misconduct, bullying, and sexual harassment. For example, Susan Fowler’s 2017 blog about Uber detailed
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