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workaholic

a. a person obsessively addicted to work
b. (as modifier): workaholic behaviour
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In this respect, five key findings have arisen: (1) the WI factor held poor convergent validity with a parallel measure of work involvement, suggesting it may measure some other construct, (2) the tripartite model of workaholism was unable to be replicated using cluster analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, or exploratory factor analysis, (3) common factors analysis suggested the removal of WI and a resultant two-factor model, (4) the two-factor structure closely replicates the Kanai et al.
In an empirical investigation, Burke (c) compared workaholism components and workaholic behaviors of managers currently divorced or currently married.
Methods We searched among PsyclNFO Database and Google Scholar web search engine to identify relevant articles and studies on workaholism, burnout and personality.
Hameed, Amjad and Hameed (2013) carried out a study to determine whether personality could predict workaholism, demonstrating that personality is related to workaholism and that workaholism may be considered a stable factor of personality (Burke, Matthiesen, & Pallesen, 2006; Aziz & Tronzo, 2011).
Examining the association between workaholism and psychiatric disorders among 16426 working adults, researcher and clinical psychologist Cecilie Schou Andreessen found that a significant number of workaholics scored higher on psychiatric symptoms than non-workaholics.
According to the study authors - including Cecilie Schou Andreessen of the Department of Psychological Science at the University of Bergen, Norway - workaholism has been defined as "being overly concerned about work, driven by an uncontrollable work motivation, and to investing so much time and effort to work that it impairs other important life areas.
This was Morgan's day and this title success will be as much about him as the goals of Vardy, the majesty of Mahrez or the workaholism of N'Golo Kante.
Telecommuting from home poses one major challenge, though: workaholism.
Some of the chief characteristics or symptoms of OCPD is seen in traits such as workaholism, miserliness or a lack of generosity, hoarding, and pushing oneself to perform better at the expense of leisurely activities or friendships.
Brown also shared cautionary tales about the effects of lack of play in the lives of children, citing research that demonstrated an absence of empathy, increase in depression and interpersonal conflict leading to joylessness, workaholism and addiction in adults deprived of play in their youth.
There was plenty of Klopp's trademark workaholism about Liverpool early on.
Amazon and, to be sure, any number of other companies as well has taken this idea to its logical extreme: Bring people in, shape them in the Amazon style of confrontation and workaholism, and cast them aside when they have outlived their usefulness.