Working in an Age of Job Insecurity
Why is it so hard to change?
Crisis periods often come with reforms: liberalizations, privatizations, pensions cuts and labour laws updates.
Working in contexts of job insecurity increases stress, conflicts and unhappiness.
Even positive or long awaited changes can cause adjustment troubles resulting in high levels of fatigue.
According to the Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SRRS), changes in workloads have greater impact on people’s life than taking out a mortgage.
Our approach in a nutshell
Working in fast changing environments can require different kinds of planning.
In some cases developments are foreseeable or even expected. In these cases we provide strategies aimed at activating all necessary personal resources to actively embrace change.
Changes can also often catch us off guard and their effects may be clear only at later stages. Hypnosis can lessen negative emotional reactions responsible for blocking or hindering the adjustment process. If necessary, hypnosis can be used to reach greater cognitive flexibility and better focus.