New publication on workaholism

This study is about working conditions, sleep and health in Norwegian nurses (N = 1,781). Eight negative, work-related incidents were assesses such as dozing off at work, dosing while driving, harming or nearly harming one-self and/or patients and harming or nearly harming equipment. Young age, male sex, not living with children, low percentage of full-time work, number of night shifts last year, and sleep duration were identified as predcitors of these incidents. However, the most consistent predcitor of negative work-related events was workaholism, which was positively and significantly related with all eight indicents (read more).