Workaholic

Workaholic

Workaholic is a person who is addicted to work. The term does not always imply that the person
actually enjoys his work; it can imply that he simply feels compelled to do it. There is no generally accepted
medical definition of such a condition, although some forms of stress, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
and obsessive-compulsive disorder can be work-related.

Workaholism is not the same as working hard. Despite logging in an extraordinary amount of hours
and sacrificing their health and loved ones for their jobs, workaholics are frequently ineffective employees.

Although the term workaholic usually has a negative connotation, it is sometimes used by people
wishing to express their devotion to one’s career in positive terms. The “work” in question is usually associated
with a paying job, but it may also refer to independent pursuits such as sports, music and art. A workaholic in the
negative sense is popularly characterized by a neglect of family and other social relations.

Clinical researcher Professor Bryan Robinson identifies two axes for workaholics: work
initiation and work completion. He associates the behavior of procrastination with both “Savoring Workaholics? and
“Attention-Deficit Workaholics” – those with high work initiation and low work completion, in contrast to “Bulimic”
and “Relentless” workaholics – both of whom have high work completion.

Workaholics feel the urge of being busy all the time, to the point that they often perform tasks
that aren’t required or necessary for project completion. As a result, they tend to be inefficient workers, since
they focus on being busy, instead of focusing on being productive.

In addition, workaholics tend to be less effective than other workers because it’s difficult for
them to be team players, they have trouble delegating or entrusting co-workers, or they take on so much that they
aren’t as organized as others.

Furthermore, workaholics often suffer sleep deprivation which results in impaired brain and
cognitive function.

 

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