The indicator measuring the consolidated exposure to the risk of chronic stress: A unique global measurement tool at the heart of our institutional approach


The PBT score is an overall indicator, which expresses the percentage of people belonging to each category of burnout risk exposure, throughout the whole organisation. Visuals focus mainly on the percentage of people in the company who are not at risk, which makes the PBT score a positive indicator of well-being within an organisation.

Calculating the score

The PBT score is the final result of a strategic calculation of all responses to the questionnaire within an organisation. Each individual receives a personal diagnosis. This makes it possible to find out how many people received a diagnosis of low, medium and high risk. As such, the PBT score is not an average of all results, but rather a total of all individual PBT scores, as shown in the following distribution :

A means of giving the organisation a positive image

A series of cases of burnout within an organisation is good for neither its image nor reputation. Absenteeism, direct and indirect costs as well as organisational difficulties that such disruptions can cause, can have a negative impact on other key areas of activity, such as recruitment. Attracting fresh talent on one hand, while retaining the best existing employees on the other, represents a growing challenge for companies…

Given this reality, conveying the message that you have achieved a positive PBT score, both internally and externally, demonstrates that the organisation takes care to ensure the well-being of its employees, and has consciously invested in preventing psychosocial risk.

This can have a positive impact at every level of the organisation, from clients, current and future employees to partners, suppliers and shareholders, and improve its competitiveness within the industry.