Workplace violence is everywhere. What you need to do to make sure you never resort this.
In our current economic state, it becomes a question of when too much is enough. When is an unbearable job too much to possibly bear? We all have our bad days when we come home unable to understand how we can go back to work the next day. We all come home from work and to let our frustration out we pop our copy of “Office Space” or “Horrible Bosses” in and imagine that we could do what these characters do their bosses. We imagine that we are the ones screwing over our bosses and we wish we had the courage to stand up to them like these employees do. But we don’t, because of the fear on the consequences. So, we go back to work the next day as if nothing has happened; almost hoping for the best.
But when your job is too much to bear and it is only a matter of time before you lose control and possible lose your job. What do you do then? It is easy for us to get lost in a job we desperately need, and hope it gets better. But sometimes it doesn’t; and it becomes an issue of how to deal with it then. Do you just quit? Or do you attempt to find a solution to the problem without making yourself singled out. The following three options are some ideas of how to deal with a horrible boss. When it becomes clear that you cannot suck up to the boss, and are routinely abused, disgraced, and misused; it becomes an issue of how to let the supervisor or boss know in a way that does not degrade their own reputation. While having a job is important, it is also important to feel as if your work is worthwhile.
When work conflict does come up, it is important to take all perspectives into view when solving problems. The following are meant to be the three common ones to look at when viewing workplace problems. It is important to consider looking into all options and choosing the best that works for your specific situation when considering workplace problems. It is also important to consider all options if choosing to quit your job. What is hardest in this economic environment has become one that we must decide how and if we will be able to still survive financially if we choose to leave a job.