The Authentic Workaholic : Moderating Effects and Life Satisfaction Outcomes


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The current study sought to analyze relationships between workaholism, authenticity, and subjective well-being. According to previous research, workaholism is negatively related to subjective well-being, while authenticity is positively related to it. However, no prior research has explored the potential relationship between workaholism and authenticity. A survey containing three self-report measures of the study variables was provided to a sample of faculty and staff members at a large Southeastern university. Findings supported previous research on subjective well-being correlates and revealed a significant relationship between workaholism and authenticity. Additionally, a partial mediating effect of authenticity on the workaholism and subjective well-being relationship was found. Implications related to the study findings and avenues for future research were also explored.
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