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7% of workaholics met ADHD criteria, compared with 12.
Published in the journal PLOS One, the study found that workaholics were more likely to have anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than non-workaholics.
Restoration from work is condemned to be unsuitable for workaholics granted their diminished non-work life and the complementary workhome dispute.
Workaholics showed evidence of high job strain, with physical and mental symptoms such as digestive, memory, and sleep problems.
He is, what psychologists would classify, a workaholic.
Many workaholics experience harmful health consequences as a result of their compulsiveness.
Workaholics spend a considerable amount of time thinking about and engaging in work, but they do not really enjoy working, thereby leading to strife in their relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and members of the community.
According to popular belief, Jack the workaholic is an organisation's poster child for an ideal employee.
Do you find that workaholics expect the same amount of work and hours spent at work from their colleagues, whether it is their bosses or subordinates?
They defined workaholics as those who enjoy the act of working, who are obsessed with working, and who devote long hours and personal time to work.
Ishiyama and Kitayama (1994) asserted that workaholics focus primarily on their "career self" (p.
Reestablish work priorities, alter job schedules, assure that workaholics leave work at designated times (managers can play a vital role here)