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Teachers’ turnover intentions, burnout and poor work climate are interlinked

The risk of burnout and poor experienced teacher-working environment fit is increased among teachers with persistent turnover intentions. However, positive experiences in the workplace seem to protect against cynicism and exhaustion, according to a new study from Finland.

It seems that fostering teachers’ autonomy continues to be a key factor in promoting their well-being at work.

Katariina Räsänen

Lecturer, Doctoral Researcher