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Workaholism
Clawson, James G.; Bevan, Greg Technical Note PACS-0096 / Published August 28, 1998 / 19 pages.
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This note introduces the concept of workaholism, including its characteristics and consequences, and how it plays out in organizational careers. Drawing on the literature, the note suggests steps for reversing the workaholic addiction and ways that organizations can recognize and begin to change such addictive habits. It includes exhibits outlining the progressive nature of both the disease and its treatment. The note is useful for getting students to think about the symptoms of workaholism and to develop skills in managing it in themselves and others.


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    This note introduces the concept of workaholism, including its characteristics and consequences, and how it plays out in organizational careers. Drawing on the literature, the note suggests steps for reversing the workaholic addiction and ways that organizations can recognize and begin to change such addictive habits. It includes exhibits outlining the progressive nature of both the disease and its treatment. The note is useful for getting students to think about the symptoms of workaholism and to develop skills in managing it in themselves and others.

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