Are you addicted to your job?
- Are you addicted to work? // Supervision;Jan92, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p12
Discusses work addiction. Who are the workaholics; The key in knowing whether you are addicted to work; Recommendations to overcome work addiction.
- You don't have to go home exhausted. Ryan, Shelli // Women in Business;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p10
Discusses how many women who work fast and finish their work, fail to take that break they've worked so hard for. How this results in exhaustion; Steps to slow down and reclaim energy; Tips from Ann McGee-Cooper, author of `You Don't Have to Go Home From Work Exhausted!' INSET: Always in a...
- We're working more, and enjoying it more. Basile, Frank // Indianapolis Business Journal;7/24/95, Vol. 16 Issue 17, p38A
Reports on the psychology of workaholics. Three categories of workaholics; Attitude towards work and relaxation.
- Working 5 to 9. Cottle, Michelle // Washington Monthly;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 29 Issue 1/2, p40
Focuses on the negative effects of working continuously, and leaving no time for recreation. Importance of recognizing that a workaholic's culture may clash with family values; Efforts of computer and telecommunications companies to market their products as family friendly; Information on...
- Unmissing persons. // People;10/16/95, Vol. 44 Issue 16, p140
Features six Americans who never missed a day of work for decades. Proofreader Audrey Stobbart; Chief taxidermist Frank Greenwell; Bellmen Eddie Derendorf and Al Dobbins; Purchasing agent Herb Christiansen; Trauma surgeon Red Duke.
- There's more to life than laptops. Koonce, Richard // Training & Development;Jan98, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p15
Offers suggestions on how to avoid becoming a workaholic. Includes intentional breaking of old work habits; Taking of vacation and enjoying leisure activities; Recognition of the potential workaholic tendencies.
- A little humor helps. Nedbor, Ruth G. // Newsweek;7/15/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 3, p12
Opinion. Asserts that it takes practice and self-control for a woman to remain sane with a recently-retired workaholic husband. Example of the author's husband, Gene, who since his retirement has chosen to show his wife her alleged housekeeping mistakes; Need for wives to find other activities...
- Q&A: Your job. Touby, Laurel // Glamour;Sep97, Vol. 95 Issue 9, p172
Offers advice on how to deal with a boss who is a workaholic, and who expects you to match his or her pace.
- Is she a workaholic? Gerskovich, Karen // Across the Board;Jun97, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p62
Presents tips on how to managed workers who are workaholics according to the National institute of Business Management's Working Smart newsletter.