Survey Finds One in Four Employees Feels Anger at Work
Girardet, Evelyne, THE JOURNAL RECORD
CHICAGO -- As she headed home from her job as an administrative assistant at a bank, the stress and anger lingering from Ariella Winograd's workday apparently showed.
"Did my boss call you? Can you read my face?" Winograd said when asked Monday about anger in the workplace. "I definitely have office rage."
She's not alone.
Nearly 25 percent of respondents to a Gallup nationwide telephone survey of 1,000 adults age 18 or older who were employed full- or part-time indicated that they were "generally at least somewhat angry at work," according to a new study.
Authors of the study say the statistic may help explain recent outbursts of workplace …
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