DISGRUNTLED WORKERS ENDANGER COMPANIES.

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Disgruntled employees who think they haven't been treated fairly may express their anger in covert ways that can hurt people and damage the company. Workplace aggression is more common than workplace violence, maintains Robert A. Baron, a professor at the Lally School of Management and Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y., and author of Human Aggression.

The forms of aggression people choose at work are likely to be disguised, he notes. "In other words, these people prefer to maximize the harm done to the victim and minimize the danger to themselves." Covert forms of aggression...

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