Tip: Take several deep breaths to calm your mind.
One in four employees is substantially angry while at work, according to a study by Donald Gibson of Fairfield University and Sigal Barsade of Yale University.
But expressing this anger can get an employee disciplined or even fired. If you’re one of the 25 percent of American workers who’s often angry on the job, what should you do about it? Gibson offers this advice in his book Managing Anger in the Workplace: