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Perfectionism has been receiving attention in personality psychology for many years, but
only a handful of studies have investigated the effects of perfectionism in normal
workplace. Perfectionism is considered a stable pattern of thinking and behavior that
changes relatively little over time. The distinction between positive and negative
perfectionism is grounded in behavioral theory, where a similar behavior might be
associated with different emotional responses depending on whether it is a function of
positive or negative reinforcement. In the professional and corporate world, perfectionism
is regularly thought of by managers and employees alike as a positive trait which enables
an employee to strive toward a perfect performance/product. However, there is a “dark
side” of perfectionism, typically explored in and attributed to clinical populations. The
“dark side” could lead to behaviors typically associated with clinical disorders, such as
depression, health problems and severe stress. Although, there is not yet a model of
perfectionism in the workplace, the results will help to managers and human resource
management practices.

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