The ability of organization members to engage in organizational misbehavior (OMB), despite the often intensive efforts of organizations to control it, is facilitated by the use of these verbal, behavioral, or cognitive techniques, neutralization techniques which serve to reduce or eliminate the perceived discrepancy between a deviant action and the norms it violates. One of the main sources for assessing the extent to which organizational members are exposed to different forms of violence are surveys conducted yearly by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the American Management Association (AMA). However, workaholism may be equated with other addictions; employees afflicted with this addiction may be viewed as frustrated, unhappy, tense, uncooperative, troubled, and pressured individuals. Assuming that in most cases workaholism is a habit of choice, it is regarded here as an intrapersonal expression of OMB. OMB in general is a relative phenomenon; therefore one should refrain from making value judgments before assessing the long-term consequences for all parties involved.