If an employee has an altercation in the workplace or threatened a supervisor, anger management courses are a reasonable prerequisite for the employee to complete before being allowed again in the work place.
Security officers, customer service representatives, law enforcement officers and bill collectors must face the public in often stressful situations. When the stress begins to take a toll or the employee suffers an outburst, anger management courses paid for by the employer offer a means to correcting the employee while improving their quality of service.
Anger may stem from underlying issues such as humiliation, stress, personal failures, grief, guilt and untreated physical ailments causing pain. Anger management help can guide those lashing out at others to act in more appropriate ways while they receive help for their underlying issues.
Drug and alcohol abuse sometimes occur when someone using these substances to deal with emotional mistreatment, stress, loss and loneliness. Those going through drug and alcohol abuse treatment should also receive anger management treatment so that the emotional issues that drove them to use these substances are treated along with the addiction.