November 2016
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The Public Manager

Learning to Live in a Toxic Workplace

If your agency is an unpleasant place to work, there are ways to cope—and to make things better.

You've seen it firsthand or caught wind of it through the grapevine—a supervisor is known to be a bully, there are different rules for different people, or employees are at a loss as to what to prioritize because supervisors don't communicate their expectations. These are some indications of a toxic environment.

With preliminary data from the 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Surve

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