Here are five actions employees can take when they find themselves immersed in a toxic workplace culture. These actions can include self reflection, speaking up, forming a coalition, and even leaving your job as an act of self care.
Food does much more for us than simply provide nourishment. It connects us to different cultures and presents an opportunity for shared experiences. Celebrating our differences through food and drink is a great way to gain a deeper understanding and acceptance of those around us.
“Workplace culture” describes the unwritten rules and social patterns of how work gets done in your organization. What defines your culture depends on numerous everyday actions taken by employees, managers, leaders, and executives.
Many aspects of a workplace culture can indicate a toxic working environment, including lack of communication and transparency, gossip, lack of input from employees, self-centered leadership, and unfair policies.