Angry, overly emotional employees are a natural byproduct of the stressful times banks are experiencing.

"We're all trying to survive changes in the workplace," said Mary Weber, a trainer for Keye Productivity Center, Kansas City, Mo. "Making do with fewer employees, lots of organizational changes, the fast pace of changes, all lead to fearful, insecure, and angry employees."

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