Workaholics Anonymous And Combating Workaholism

Workaholics Anonymous And Combating Workaholism
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Workaholism is an addiction that is plaguing the average American worker. Research shows that almost half consider themselves “workaholics”, putting in four hours of unpaid overtime per week, and spending another four hours just thinking about work. What can executives and HR leaders do to support the long-term health of their employees and promote work-life balance?

Dr. Nelson says that improvements to culture are just as important as access to mental health services. In his piece, Nelson details steps that employers can take to avoid promoting workaholic cultures, including:


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