MÜKEMMELİYETÇİLİK VE İŞKOLİK OLMA DURUMUNUN PSİKOLOJİK İYİ OLMA HALİNE ETKİSİ: BİR ALAN ÇALIŞMASI
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This study aims to examine the effect of perfectionism, which is accepted as a personality trait, and the tendency of workaholism triggered by the individual's experiences in the work life on employee well-being. It is aimed to make a comprehensive analysis by examining the concept of well-being in the context of three different dimensions: workplace well-being, psychological well-being, and subjective well-being. The data of the study were collected from white-collar employees of a bank. Multiple regression, path, and mediation analyzes were performed with the data obtained from one hundred and fifty-three employees. Multiple regression analysis showed that the increase in the perfectionism tendencies of the employees increase their obsessive working tendencies and decrease their well-being. In addition, the tendency to work obsessively, which is a sub-dimension of workaholism, reduces the psychological and subjective well-being of the employee; it was found that the tendency to overwork, which is another sub-dimension of workaholism, could not statistically affect all three sub-dimensions of well-being. "Path Analysis" was conducted to confirm the results of multivariate regression analysis and determine the relationships between the sub-dimensions of employee well-being. Contrary to the results of multiple regression analysis, it is found that obsessive work did not significantly affect subjective well-being in path analysis it is considered to be due to the relationships between well-being dimensions. According to the mediation analysis results, it was determined that the psychological and subjective well-being of the perfectionist employees was negatively affected by their obsessive working tendencies. The findings indicate that perfectionism has a negative impact on the well-being of employees by increasing both direct and obsessive working tendencies. In the light of these findings, recommendations were made to the managers by emphasizing that the tendencies of perfectionism and workaholism should be taken into account in order to protect and improve the well-being of the employees.
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