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Workaholism: Getting a Life in the Killing Fields of Work
Paul Thorne (au); Michael Johnson (au) (il). That it is possible to become addicted to work, as to drugs or alcohol, is a fact often ignored by the individuals who succumb to it & the companies that depend on it. This study explore the phenomenon of the obsessive employee & charts the effect of such destructive dedication on the family, friends, & sanity of those afflicted. The authors identify & elucidate ten varieties of the modern workaholic, from the Powermad to the Pawn. With case studies taken from throughout the world & over three decades of experience in the field, they offer both a history of workaholism & a strategy for overcoming it. “If work is the new addiction, this book is the new AA.” “Gives invaluable practical suggestions as to what can be done. Do not ignore it!”
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