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Work addiction could be sign of employee’s underlying insecurities (access required)

“I’m concerned about one of my team members who seems tired and burned out and putting in too many hours at work. Yes, we all have a lot to do – and I will acknowledge that some of it spills over into after-work emails and texts – but still I think he’s over the top ...

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