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If work does not go as one likes it to that person is more likely to get mad Another part of a hangover is that a person can not work up to his or her usual ability then if they were sober Jobs wont be accurate and will have more mistakes If someone is drinking while on a job then this is much worse Some people do not get hangovers or the alcohol is already out of their systems but there are the few who do How many people want others who are drinking on the job to do business for them Employers would probably want a person who is sober and ready to go to do some type of job rather than one who has been drinking on the job Drinking during or just before work and coming to work hung over is associated with workplace problems Genevieve 1 If a person knows what he or she is doing on the job and then there usually are not as many problems of injury that occur It is impossible to try to do a task to your best ability while under the influence It is very hard to concentrate Injuries are very acceptable to those who drink on the job Injuries at work can lead to lawsuits and permanent disabilities If under the influence when getting hurt on the job people can lose every lawsuit and will still be disabled just because of a couple of drinks Losing a persons life job and family are not worth the stupidness of drinking while on the job Problem drinkers were 16 times more likely than all other workers to have more than one work injury Webb 2 In society people look at each other in many different ways People are judged in everyday life and then labeled into social categories This is also known as Prejudgment Being called an alcoholic would be considered a prejudgment People look
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