Does active addiction affect performance and productivity in the workplace?

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Does active addiction affect performance and productivity in the workplace?

Description

This analysis of research is to determine if Substance Use Disorder negatively effects job performance and productivity. With today’s rising opioid epidemic, we take a look into SUD and what it means to have an SUD, we take a look into the effects of SUD and look into research that looks into poor job performance and productivity and does SUD have any relationship to this. Based on data and research collect little research states that there is no correlation between having an SUD and poor job performance and productivity. Further analysis shows that there is a correlation but there needs to be more current research due to the current status of SUD in the United States. Research also shows that there is a need for more in depth research for this topic due to the opioid epidemic and COVID-19 pandemic to further analyze the effects that these two events have had on the work force when it comes to mental health specifically SUD. This thesis will take a look into addiction, job performance, and productivity and what impact one has on the other.

Creator

Gavrity, Amanda

Date

5/1/2020

Contributor

Business (Management and Marketing)

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U.S. and international copyright laws may protect this work. It is provided by Wagner College for scholarly or research purposes only. Commercial use or distribution is not permitted without prior permission of the copyright holder.

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application/pdf

Extent

31 pages

Language

eng

Type

text

Identifier

2020-business-Gavrity

Rights Holder

Wagner College, Staten Island, NY

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Paper

Date Digital

2020

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Citation

Gavrity, Amanda, “Does active addiction affect performance and productivity in the workplace?,” Wagner College Digital Collections, accessed May 11, 2021, https://wagnercollections.omeka.net/items/show/19122.