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The problem with just finding a way to cope as an individual in a toxic workplace is that it ignores the broader picture. Having toxic individuals in positions of power amplifies the effects of their actions. Using companies as an example, a toxic individual is likely to make choices that will not just be bad for the employees in their charge but also for the environment and society at large. Toxic people tend to be short sighted unethical opportunists which obviously don’t care about things like the commons or the needs of parents, etc.
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