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Your Two Cents: What's Your Biggest Stressor at Work?

Your Two Cents: What's Your Biggest Stressor at Work?


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Frenched Frenched 7 years
Currently, the toughest part is having to RELY on a team to get your share of the work done. It's almost fate that when you're in a team, SOMEBODY will have to be the slacker and I'm currently dealing with that. The worst part is when you escalate the issue and you get no support and things just remain the same. It's really caused me a lot of unnecessary stress and anxiety at my job.
muchacha muchacha 7 years
Feels like a lot these days, but I think what gets to me most is the pressure to meet current project deadlines while simultaneously building new business, and what seems like some tough work relationships with my colleagues.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Most definitely the workload/patient load. Some days, we get so many specimens that we literally can't even take a break to pee. It can get extremely stressful, but luckily we're all team players and we all help out pretty equally.
mek123 mek123 7 years
Having a disorganized boss is driving me crazy.
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 7 years
My commute.
snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
my co-worker who drives me nuts!!!!!!!!!
luna08 luna08 7 years
I'm in sales & marketing...I don't even know where to start...
heatherhas heatherhas 7 years
Managing a staff and all their issues! Trying to be creative with a limited budget has been challenging as well.
insanitypepper insanitypepper 7 years
Not having a job is my biggest source of work-related stress right now. But when I'm employed, the thing I hate the most is dealing with customers. Too many people have no manners.
Miss-Tina Miss-Tina 7 years
I now work from home, and sometimes I just really miss the security of the constant paychecks. Always knowing your getting that steady amount twice a month gives you a lot of security that I don't think I will ever get from working from home. I hate having a bad week or month and not making a decent amount of money, no matter how much I have prepared for it I still worry when it happens.
NurseKimberly NurseKimberly 7 years
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