Career Development International: Volume 11 Issue 5


Table of contents - Special Issue: Workaholism in organizations: new research directions

Guest Editors: Raphael Snir, Itzhak Harpaz, Ronald Burke

Workaholism in organizations: new research directions

Raphael Snir, Itzhak Harpaz, Ronald Burke

To produce a collection of papers about workaholism which demonstrate real rigour both methodologically and conceptually – something which the guest editors feel has been somewhat…


The workaholism phenomenon: a cross‐national perspective

Raphael Snir, Itzhak Harpaz

The purpose of this paper is to examine the workaholism phenomenon.


Workaholic, or just hard worker?

Evan J. Douglas, Robyn J. Morris

There is a lack of theoretical development on the question of why people work long hours and the nature of “workaholism”. This paper seeks to demonstrate a variety of reasons that…


Workaholic worker type differences in work‐family conflict: The moderating role of supervisor support and flexible work scheduling

James A. Russo, Lea E. Waters

This study had three aims. First, to examine the validity of the workaholism triad as compared to the workaholism dyad. Second, to test the relationship between workaholism and…


Profiles of workaholism among high‐tech managers

Gayle Porter

To explore whether workaholism seems to be a pre‐requisite for success in the high‐technology industry.


Workaholism, organizational life and well‐being of Norwegian nursing staff

Ronald J. Burke, Stig Berge Matthiesen, Stale Pallesen

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship of individual difference personality characteristics (Big Five, generalized self‐efficacy), workaholism components and…


On the vicissitudes of the study of workaholism: a construct at a crossroad

Dov Zohar

As an epilogue to this special issue, this paper aims to provide a summary and set of conclusions to the papers contained in the issue.

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