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The curse of the rise

Not everyone wants a better position. More and more workers see job promotion as a double-edged sword.


Reasons for immobility

“The promotion requires new skills that you have to teach and not everyone is willing to learn,” says Isabel Aranda, a psychologist and expert in executive coaching, a technique that helps improve the work capacity of those who follow it.

Faced with the traditional concept of almost obligatory promotion – traditionally, in almost no company it is understood that someone does not want to go up, and rejecting a promotion can be problematic -, the idea is gradually imposed that perhaps the worker prefers other compensations. As Aranda says, “it’s about the employees being able to make decisions about their trajectory; it’s not so much ‘you’ve had to go to marketing’, but rather, do you feel like going to marketing? ”


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