Published: Apr 09, 2021
No matter how much you love the work that you do, sometimes a bad boss can make all the difference between the normal headaches that come with work and being miserable just at the thought of work. But is your boss actively creating a toxic work environment, or do you just not vibe with them personally? This flowchart from Resume.io can help walk you through just how problematic your supervisor might be, and offers some steps you might take in dealing with them—whether that's by confronting them gently or getting HR involved.
So do you have a toxic boss? And, if so, what kind do you have? What threats could they potentially pose? Let's find out.
Although improved awareness around mental health has made workplaces more attuned to supporting struggling employees, some workplaces are still making employees’ mental health worse. And not only is poor mental health detrimental to you on a personal level, but it can also affect your productivity, ability to make connections, and future career opportunities.
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The journey to becoming an attorney is a windy road filled with late-night study sessions, high-pressure exams, and tough competition—all of which can contribute to mental health challenges. With an estimated 40% of law students experiencing depression by graduation, it is important to understand that you are not alone if you are suffering from depression.