Disenchantment of Labor:

Disenchantment of Labor: the other side of the burn-out

Your work, you always like it. The mission which you are responsible, the creativity it requires, the objectives that it offers you, everything is you

Only since a few months or even a few years, it’s as if your business was losing its charm. The context is a lot: your co-workers are going to lunch without you at the company restaurant. .. .. While you accusing of not integrate you.

Your skills are considered to be “high” by your superiors, but never not told you that you did well; However we ask you to respect more rigid procedures, and if you have questions, argument you with a shrug “what are you negative! Then, little by little, your dose of stress increases and you go to work with anxiety. This form of professional disenchantment, the journalist Danièle Laufer lived. She tells the conditions and the most harmful effects in a subtle, sharp, never condamnateur story: Tako Tsubo, a sorrow of work (Ed.

. LLL). Nine years of insidious relationship difficulties in a press group was completed in cardiology emergency.

Here, talk to him first of heart attack.

But it turns out that she suffers from a “tako tsubo”, a strange heart disease – the left ventricle dilates and regains its shape after a few hours – has been translated by “broken heart syndrome”.

“I wasn’t a framework overloaded with responsibilities, I wanted to keep because I loved my job, I felt privileged, even if I was not very well paid” Danièle Burnout Laufer is mentioned. But the journalist prefer to speak of ‘sorrow’: ‘I was not a framework overloaded with responsibilities, I wanted to keep because I loved my job, I felt privileged, even if I was not very well paid.

I lived me either as a victim or a scapegoat.

All my relatives, my friends, told me “stop”, but I felt like a warrior who was facing.

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. “And lost. ” Philippe Zawieja, psychologist and researcher associated with the school of mines in Paris and the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec) who coordinated the dictionary of fatigue (ed. Droz), statement that the term ‘burn-out’ has become a portmanteau that does that to 10% of new forms of suffering at work, and in turn, the “affects on the professional scene became a major issue’.

«» At first, my colleagues were very hostile, continues Danièle Laufer. I said to myself: “so much worse, I’m not here to make friends.

.” But I am sensitive. We’re not required to have an affinity with his colleagues, but courteous reports, Yes. It needs a minimum of humanity. Many are by cynicism, I think it’s terrible.

” “The business today seeks to manage emotions, including creating”conviviality spaces”or parties ‘team building'” psychosociologist and research associate at the school of mines in Paris and at the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec) Philippe Zawieja confirms: “the business today seeks to manage emotions, including creating”conviviality spaces”or parties ‘team building’, but this protocolisation of emotional life is used to demonstrate one thing: the. large organizations are afraid of human matter, and it makes sense; they are in permanent demand of rationalization. ” Anticipate, encrypt, measure goals and achieve them, by passing to the first order of the managerial priorities, rejects in the shade everything that can slow down the process: the time of reflection, criticism if necessary to get the job done. But there are worse: all kinds of paradoxical injunctions undermine the course of the professional attached to the meaning of his work. “We ask you to be creative and at the same time we reject all ideas outsized, observes Philippe Zawieja. Or so said: be yourself. .. ..

While stifling each of your personal initiatives.

There is what is autosaboter after a while. .. .. . Or sabotage others.

” For Danièle Laufer, it is thinking too much of a neighbor of office one morning in February, who did everything waver: ‘it was cold. I asked him if I could turn up the heat, she wrote. She screamed: “Don’t talk to me not. ” Stunned, I asked him which took him.

“She has bark:”don’t talk to me, I don’t want to hear, I have work. .”. The journalist, while she recounts this event of the years later, believe that this colleague, itself in the loss of professional mission – one him had brutally suppressed a key task of his post-, simply turned to «» walking bomb. When the emotional and all needs simply relational each are denied, it’s whole structure who suffers.

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