No salaried employee in the greater Harrisburg area or, for that matter, in any other part of Pennsylvania ever wants to be called in to their office's human resources department to discuss impending "cuts" or, more specifically, the involuntary termination of their employment. Unfortunately, though, in the modern economy, losing one's job is more and more a reality that most workers will deal with at least once.
In 2018, scores of physicians in Pennsylvania, both experienced practitioners and those just leaving residencies, will sign employment contracts with hospitals and other health care facilities. Unfortunately, despite all their years of training and knowledge about the technical aspects of their fields, they may make mistakes when negotiating their contracts that can affect them for years to come.
Alcoholism is a pervasive disease that affects millions of Americans both directly and indirectly (i.e. the family and friends of alcoholics). It often destroys lives before its victims lose their lives. This means that they commonly lose their jobs before their lives get turned upside down.
If you experience no stress at all on the job, you are one of the rare lucky ones. However, if like many other Pennsylvania employees, just the thought of going to work fills you with dread and anxiety, your workplace might be toxic.