They must be an authority figure down, but have little power up. They are often isolated, with no common space to share with colleagues at their level or in competition with them. They dare not confide to their superiors or their subordinates.
The pressure on financial returns is a huge stress factor for executives. We must raise revenues and reduce expenditures. However, the cuts in the workforce and longer working hours of managers are easy ways to do this, deplored Mr. Leduc.
To be effective, the framework is found in por yourself at odds with himself and his family. All the ingredients that lead to burnout are there: work overload, lack of control over his work, non-recognition, lack of social environment, the unfairness and the confrontation between the values personal and that of the organization, Francois Leduc resume.
It is not the only one to draw a grim picture. The filmmaker Martine Forand, who plunges into the world of executives in distress for over two years to achieve when the context is no longer consistent, learned that, within a few months, three executives of a large company Quebecois was suicide in their office.
Shortly before the release of its report, relatives of Ms. Forand him have reported that their business manager had hanged himself in his office. Several factors may explain the suicide. But when a part comes off life in his office in a context where the pressures in the organization are enormous, the work is certainly in question, believes Martine Forand.