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Workaholism - is that good or bad? :.: Article 01.09.2019 at 21:00 :.: Article

Until the early 70-ies of the last century, the word "workaholism" in the spoken language did not exist. The other word "diligence". The term "workaholism", it was transformed with the 1971 book by American author W. Oates "confessions of a workaholic". The book has generated a lot of debate. Major disputes broke out with the definition of the facets of social phenomena in society. Some proposed to consider workaholics those who have too much time to work, completely forgetting about his personal life. But in most cases much depends on the human desire to improve their financial situation. Others considered workaholics when they have free time didn't know what to do with it, and chose voluntarily to take additional work. Still others believed that the workaholism is an inherited habit, "spelled out" the man in the genes. Further discussion was protracted around the question of "Workaholism — is that good or bad?". There were different opinions and often a dead end. In particular, excessive performance is frowned upon by many employers, and they found reasons to explain this. On the other hand, physicians workaholism related to the disease. Neutral opinions are not being counted at all since they just recognized the presence of workaholics in the society, but the phenomenon were not given. Some believe that workaholism is an inherited habit, "spelled out" the man in geofoto: skeeze, the Situation began to change dramatically by the end of the century. Doctors in Japan have started to notice increase in lethal (i.e. lethal) cases directly in the workplace due to physical and nervous overstrain. The man just could not stand a protracted labor rhythm that is repeated daily, and "burned". In Japan, I learnt the main causes contributing to deaths from workaholism: the traditional fear of losing their jobs if the boss thinks you're hard-working enough; a rule to leave the workplace only after the departure of the authorities, which has in the office rest room and can permanently "stay" in it after a hard day; pure Japanese respect for any work that is cultivated from childhood. Characterized by the fact that in the land of the rising sun when hiring preference is given to questionnaires, where it is written that the applicant would not object to overtime. It is clear that the employer is just to hand — after all, there is a clear on additional work, usually in Japan does not pay. Rickshaws in Tokyoto: cegoh, it is Interesting that in Japan there is even a folk word for death from workaholism in the workplace "karoshi". Although in this country the excessive workaholism in society is not supported, it does not mean that it is not. On the contrary, Japan as part of workaholics firmly holds first place in the world. The government there is interested in such economic policy. Paradox that explains the Japanese miracle of economic revival after the Second world war. In the beginning of this century doctors have finally formed a relationship to excessive workaholism as a harmful disease. In some countries, there already exists such a thing as a moderate workaholism. Moreover, the employer is obliged to create acceptable conditions for recovery. Protest "No more karoshi" in Tokyo, 2018 Photo: Nesnad, This means that the production must be a full rest room with the presence of skilled health workers. In addition, the obligation of employers is part of the annual improvement of working conditions by replacing equipment with more efficient ones. If it is not, the material forcing the employer is deprived of preferential Bank loans. So it's not just workaholism, as it may seem. Anyway, here is the solution to not only the employee. ...

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