It’s not a bad thing to be dedicated to your work. If you love your job, seeing the results of your efforts successfully move the needle is hugely satisfying. But spending every waking hour focused on work simply isn’t for everybody, and if you’re one of those people who needs a clear separation between their professional and personal lives, working for a workaholic can be stressful. It’s easy to feel like you have to mirror their habits and constantly be available.
How often do you find yourself feeling pressured to check work emails at all hours, or respond to requests on Sunday afternoons? Use these 10 strategies for impressing your workaholic boss — without becoming one yourself.