Rid of the rage

Following God's will ends anger.

Recently the Los Angeles Times devoted its weekly business section to the topic of rage at work. It reported that anger in the workplace is on the rise and often underlies other problems such as absenteeism, discontent, employee theft, stress-related illness, and reduced productivity.

The articles mentioned several reasons for the anger—longer hours uncertainty about jobs, for example. But reporter Susan Vaughn mentioned one reason that resonated with me. She wrote, "In the workplace, angry employees are frustrated ones. Their goals are thwarted by obstacles" (November 2, 1998, p. 7).

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