When cultures of productivity become toxic and how to fix them


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Toxic work environment examples are all around us: in businesses big and small, multi-national and local. Not only does a toxic environment cause significant damage to your people’s mental and physical wellbeing, it can also reduce your productivity, affect the quality of your output, and decrease job satisfaction.

With workplace culture playing such a big part in your ability to attract and retain the best talent out there, a toxic workplace culture can seriously harm your ability to compete.

That makes it crucial that you know how to detect and repair any breakdowns in trust at your business, so you can track the root of any problems and take action before too much damage is done.

We’re going to explore how you can identify signs of a toxic environment at work, the effects it might have on your company, and how you can repair damaged environments to create a healthy, thriving workplace.

What are the signs of a toxic work environment?

In order to be able to prevent, address, and fix toxic work environments, it’s essential to be able to recognize them. Here are some of the biggest signs to look for:

Anxiety and burnout, with people performing

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