Percpecja pracoholizmu przez asystentów i adiunktów
Perception of Workaholism among Assistant Lecturers and Assistant Professors
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The paper presents results of empirical research on the perception of workaholism related to creative activity among assistant lecturers and assistant professors working at the University of Economics in Katowice, which was conducted in 2013. Eleven working hypotheses were verified in the research, and the results were presented in six points. Opinions concerning the determinants of workaholism were obtained and the criteria of research and didactic workers' performance assessment system, conducive to workaholism (according to the surveyed) were defined. Auto-perception of workaholism among the assistant lecturers and assistant professors was presented and the identification of workaholic types was performed, based on a workaholic triad, as specified by J. Spence and S. Robbins (reservations about such an identification were formulated). Additionally, the study enabled acquiring information referring to emotions accompanying scientific and research work and their influence on health and relationship with others in one's living environment as well as one's workplace. Finally, the results of the impact of long-term workaholism on work efficiency were presented.
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