The Psychology of Workaholism
Eugene Tee, Associate Professor , HELP University (Department of Psychology) | Sashe Kanapathi, COO, Leaderonomics Digital
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We’re in the middle of a great undoing for productivity and hustle culture. From “slow productivity” to the anti-work movement, workers across all sectors and industries are scrambling to find a solution to their frustrations. We take a look at what makes a “workaholic”, whether or not it actually contributes to output, and the psychology behind this phenomenon.
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Produced by: Christine Wong
Presented by: Christine Wong, Richard Bradbury
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Categories: business analysis, entrepreneurship, SME, personal development, social issues, people and places, mental health
Tags: hustle culture, workaholism, employee productivity, hybrid working, EBB-Allianz,