It’s Not You–It’s Your Job: 7 Signs of a Toxic Workplace
Melody Wilding

I resigned from the highly toxic workplace I was in. If I could go back in time and advise the then me with hindsight I woudl have told myself to get some counselling and put aplan in place to find another job. I ended up leaving the city I was working in having lost the abilty to make decisions without becoming over anxious. I became depressed and have ended up in a period of real difficulty. Looking back I’d say notice the signs early and act to get out. It’s not worth hanging on to see if it gets better, it will only get worse.

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