They say workaholics are driving themselves into an early grave.
But a new study shows that is not always the case.
People who love their job do not suffer negative health outcomes from working overtime and responding to emails around the clock.
The finding controversially calls into question the current wave of research warning over-workers suffer from ADHD, have a high risk of depression, and could suffer heart problems from sleeplessness.
‘Engagement is key,’ says Professor Lieke ten Brummelhuis, the lead researcher at Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business.