It's time to ask yourself, why do you work?
- ARE YOU ADDICTED TO WORK? Humphreys, Tony // Accountancy Ireland;Dec2000, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p26
Focuses on how work addiction affects an individual's personal life. Work addiction indicators; Physical, emotional and social effects of work addiction.
- WARNING--workaholic! Intili, Daniela // Money (14446219);Aug2002, p18
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- Artistry and the experience of joy. Richards, Dick // Journal for Quality & Participation;Dec95, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p6
Focuses on the art of making work joyful. Artistry of work as exemplified by artists; Questions to determine whether a particular work can be done artfully. INSET: Billy and my Bonneville...
- Work and enjoyment. Townsend, Patrick; Gebhardt, Joan // Journal for Quality & Participation;Dec95, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p10
Provides insights on how to make work enjoyable by removing barriers to pride. Value of humor and a sense of proportion; Practical aspect of enjoying work; Role of leaders and managers; Sources of pride and happiness in a thriving company. INSET: For those unused to enjoying themselves at work...
- Sweatshop to the oldies. Csatari, Jeffrey // Men's Health (10544836);Apr96, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p27
Reports on University of Illinois researchers' findings indicating that music enhances work capabilities. Improvement of job performance and productivity by ten percent; Mood-boosting ability of music.
- Find your perfect job. Csatari, Jeffrey // Men's Health (10544836);Apr96, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p41
Presents factors to consider before applying for a job. Working environment; Income versus responsibilities; Impact of job on one's health; Job security; Stress level.
- Work smarter, not harder. Harris, T.G.; Trotter, R.J. // Psychology Today;Mar89, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p33
Discusses the new passion for work among Americans and suggests ways to boost productivity, and at the same time, lighten workload and inject an element of playfulness into work.
- All work and no play...Isn't even good for work. // Psychology Today;Mar89, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p34
Discusses the importance of an element of playfulness in the workplace as a boost to productivity. Cites examples from various companies which have experimented with this approach and found it to be successful. INSET: How to make work more playful..
- Strategies for coping with workplace depression. Whigham-Desir, Marjorie // Black Enterprise;Sep93, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p77
Focuses on `workplace depression,' a phrase coined by corporate psychologists to characterize the feeling of suppressed anger and anxiety that are widespread in today's workplace. Symptoms which range from low productivity to high absenteeism; Effect of the recent wave of corporate layoffs; Why...
- Tackling workplace bullies. Seward, Karen; Fahy, Sheila // Occupational Health;May2003, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p16
Reports that the Great Britain Health and Safety Executive identified bullying as a significant risk factor in work-related stress. Legal remedies available to employees in Great Britain who fall victim to oppressive behavior; Employers' liability for employees' unlawful acts; Conclusion. ...