3 signs to of a toxic work environment
In this dvm360® interview, the vice president of operations at Thrive Pet Healthcare outlines indications of a toxic environment at the veterinary clinic to bear in mind.
According to Bridget Rollins, EMBA, the vice president of operations at Thrive Pet Healthcare, a toxic workplace is defined differently by each indivdual due to unique personalities. However, in this dvm360® interview, she noted some universal factors that are indicative of this type of workplace involve culture, introspection, and more.
View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript.
Bridget Rollins, EMBA: I would say culture, first and foremost, can be indicative of a toxic work environment. So what that kind of looks like is, what are your consistent thoughts and feelings when you're in the workplace? Are they typically more negative, right? Is it uncomfortable? What's allowed in that hospital in terms of interpersonal relationships, and how others interact with one another? So that is kind of what I mean when I talk about culture.