Unhappy employees Toxic employees can ruin a workplace environment.

We’ve all been there – a stressful meeting or encounter at work leads to a venting session with a coworker. Oftentimes, this is an isolated occurrence – a normal human reaction and release of stress after an incident that caused tension or frustration.

In fact, I found myself in this exact situation last week after I became frustrated by the lack of communication being disseminated at my full-time job. What I realized is this: Sharing mutual frustrations can be a bit like pouring fuel on a smoldering fire. If you’re not mindful, two mildly annoyed employees can quickly work themselves into two irate employees.

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