No one is happy all the time at work. After all, it’s called work for a reason.
According to a recent Britain-based study, more than half of Britons experience regular “desk rage.” What’s more, a recent Gallup poll shows more than 70% of American employees are either “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” from their jobs, so it’s not a far leap to assume we have some workplace indignation as well.
If you find yourself regularly frustrated or impatient at work, you could be suffering from office anger. On the surface, it might seem like normal day-to-day nonsense that can be brushed off, and that your colleagues don’t even notice your displeasure. But you’re wrong. Chances are they do notice, and if you don’t address and work to fix the situation, you could soon find yourself unemployed.
Here are seven possible reasons for your office anger and easy ways to address them to stay employed: