by Heather Huhman January 29, 2018
Earlier this month, author Michael Wolff released Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, which examined, among other things, the work environment in the White House during Donald Trump's presidency.
To say the book was controversial is an understatement: After all, according to Wolff's reporting, employees -- lots of them -- have been fired. Tensions have raged between and among some of his top advisors. And, the book claims, employees have been turning on one other.
With turnover so high and scandals so prevalent, the administration's top employees have become unsure whom they can trust. All of which begs the question: Are other American workplaces equally dysfunctional?
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