Burn-out is still too often referred to personal characteristics, over-investment in work, addictive field, excessive need for recognition, bogging down the employee in his individual guilt, exonerating work organisations from their obligation to preserve employees’ health (L4121-1 to L4121-5 of the Labour Code). Has professional conscience, once a major virtue, become a pathology? Is it a neurotic ideal to want to do one’s job well and have the time, means and objectives? Burn-out is seen as a tragedy of individual inadequacy, whereas it is a social pathology, even a pathology of civilisation. The propagation test is not a numerical self-assessment scale that physicians are so fond of, because of their scientific training. It is a clinical journey that allows us, across the boxes, to measure the often unimaginable, surreptitious, changes in an employee’s professional and private life that lead to burnout.
La version française du test de propagation du burn-out est,
bien évidemment, toujours disponible sur le site !