Getting Fed Up At Work?

34164_esc_key If you are like most people, you probably get frustrated with your job every now and then.  At times you may even feel like you have had enough and it is time to quit.  But you don’t, what makes you stop?

Is it that you realize jobs are pretty hard to come by now?  Maybe you took a real good look at your job and counted all of the positives that it brings to you and your employer?

Frustrations can cause us to make poor decisions at work.  We need to take a few minutes to step back and deal with what the frustration is about properly.  Is it is just a certain situation that is frustrating or is it the job as a whole?

Dealing with situations that are upsetting at work can be hard if there are poor lines of communication, but nonetheless they need to be addressed.  Our frustrations need to be brought to the attention of management or the business owner, so that they can be dealt with and resolved.

If we do not deal with what is frustrating us, it can eventually lead to depression, anger, stress, insomnia or other health related issues.  Health and happiness are important factors for all employees to  have in order to make the workplace one that has a good environment, not only for the employees, but for the customers your business serves.

As we enter the Holiday season, we may find a rise of frustrations because of family, finances, and trying to keep balance between work and home demands.  Recognizing the cause is the first steps in being able to take action.

The article link below has a few more ideas on handling frustrations at work that you might want to take a look at.

Handling Frustrations At Work

08/26/14

12 thoughts on “Getting Fed Up At Work?

  1. Great post we all get frustrated at times and the reminder that we need to address the issues is an important one. Far too often we will brush things under the rug hoping they will get better

  2. Pingback: Getting Fed Up At Work? « North Jersey Small Business Forum

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