So what does a 17th century English poet have to say about the modern American workplace? Plenty.
Reflecting on 35 years in the workforce, Vito was hit hard by the fact that he could easily identify many stories of fear. Fear was expected. Fear was the norm. But love? He could only identify one situation when he felt loved and cared for at work. One in 35 years.
Workplace fear is an all too common experience. Talk to almost anyone willing to be candid and they can tell you about a time, either past or present, of harmful fear at work. Those with fears in the past may still experience a kind of post traumatic stress disorder over it.
Others are not experiencing POST traumatic stress disorder.For others, the workplace is traumatic NOW. Right now, currently, all-the-time traumatic.