You flinch when someone says your name.
You only see management when something goes wrong.
It’s all about blame versus problem-solving.
You have diarrhea before your shift.
You have diarrhea after your shift.
You fantasize about ways you can get hurt and file a Worker’s Comp claim so you don’t have to go back.
You wonder how you can possibly get through one more shift much less another two or three decades until retirement.
You contemplate increasing your life insurance so your family will have a better nest egg once you’re gone.
You count your sick days like addicts count pills.
You take pills so you can get through your workday.
You think about starting a home lobotomy business and know your coworkers will buy into your MLM plan.
You fantasize about being homeless instead of worrying about being homeless.
You think moving to a Third World country would be a vacation.
You have two or more stress related illnesses.
The idea of talking to people on your days off puts you into a panic.
They tell you you’ll never get another job and you believe them.
You wonder if prison has a better work life balance.