Jean-Marc was feeling lost in his job search. He didn’t know what direction he should be going in or what the next steps were to reach his future employment opportunity.
Each person has their own reasons for deciding to change jobs. Many allow themselves to think that when the pleasure is no longer there, it’s time to seriously think about alternatives.
With this in mind, unsatisfied professionals who want to change jobs get busy outside work hours to find an offer on the job market that corresponds to them, anticipating a future transition which is always judged to be risky in a time of financial crisis.
However, will the simple act of ‘changing’ resolve the real problem which brought about this change?
In 2013, employment minister Monica de Coninck launched a campaign to promote well-being at work with particular focus on the prevention of professional risks that are linked to the professional exhaustion syndrome better known as burn-out.