Zen and the Difficult Workplace

  • by Patricia G. Barnes JD
  • Narrated by Patricia G. Barnes
  • 3 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Effective strategies for coping in a difficult workplace....
People who work for abusive employers suffer potentially severe health-endangering stress that gets worse the longer it continues. Many are driven to quit or are fired. Zen theory and tools offer a proven path to stress relief and can be adapted easily to the workplace. Zen buys time for workers to effectively pursue an internal complaint, find another job, or to collect evidence for a future unemployment compensation claim or lawsuit. Moreover, Zen helps targets avoid responding to abuse in an impulsive and self-defeating way. Targets gain insight into their problems and focus to achieve a constructive solution. The author, a judge and attorney, provides concrete advice on how best to respond to workplace abuse. One in every three or four workers is bullied on the job. Be proactive. Save your job and your sanity!


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budista aproach to job troubke

It offers a very well explained view from the emphasis of the Buddha. Main topic is what "what" I change in my self to yield to agression?
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- jesusalc

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-09-2016
  • Publisher: Patricia G. Barnes