BURNOUT SYNDROME IN SOCIAL WORKERS AND THEIR NOTIONS ABOUT PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION
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The contribution monitors the burnout level in social workers of a district office from the departments for job services, for social affairs, and that for assessment activities. A total of 65 employees (not including any managing workers) exhibited the medium burnout level - the so-called level of risk. The degree of achieved education appeared to be a preventive factor. Social workers alone considered contribution from part of their organization to be important: change of work organization; relaxation offered by their organization; therapeutic sessions; positive evaluation on the employer's part.
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