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Pracoholizm a etyka pracy. Wymiary etyki pracy jako predyktory uzależnienia od pracy

 
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Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Zakład Psychologii Pracy i Organizacji, Instytut Psychologii
Studia Psychologiczne 2015;53(2):5–18
Data publikacji: 27-12-2015
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The article presents mutual relations between the dimensions of Workaholism and the components of work ethic in accordance with Max Weber’s concept. The author presents the meanings of Workaholism and he assumes that it is a clinical category that refers to an obsessively-compulsive disorder. Work ethic presents the following attitudes: (1) perceiving work as a central value in life and assumption that (2) hard work leads to success. This ethic also represents the following components: (3) unwillingness to waste time, (4) disapproval of spare time (anti-leisure), (5) willingness to delay gratification, (6) being independent (self-reliance), (7) willingness to act honestly at work (morality/ethic). The research conducted on the sample of 309 employees showed that work ethic and Workaholism are mutually related (connected). Factors that favour addiction to work are independence, treating work as a central value and unwillingness to waste time.
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