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Research Companion to Working Time and Work Addiction

Research Companion to Working Time and Work Addiction

New Horizons in Management series

Edited by Ronald J. Burke

This Research Companion examines the effects of work hours on individual and family well-being and questions why people work hard and whether some can work too hard. It integrates contributions from two areas of research – work hours and work addiction – that have historically been pursued separately.

Chapter 9: Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde? On the Differences between Work Engagement and Workaholism

Wilmar B. Schaufeli, Toon W. Taris and Arnold B. Bakker

Subjects: business and management, human resource management, organisational behaviour

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