AuthorMcNutt, Bryan R.
JournalJournal of Employee Assistance
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AbstractResearch has revealed that organizations, like individuals, are susceptible to developing chronic stress and becoming affected by truamatic experiences at the institutional level ( Bloom, 2010; Carr, 2001). Many EAPs are challenged in addressing experiences of workplace trauma, which may be diffuse and subtle, existing on a systemic level beyond the individual employee. Collective traumatic reactions may be implicit and unspoken throughout the organization.
CitationMcNutt, B. (2019). Principles for addressing implicit organizational trauma. Journal of Employee Assistance. 4th quarter, 10-13.
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