Burnout in probation officers enforcing judgements in criminal and juvenile cases


Abstract

The results of the study unambiguously indicate that the phenomenon of occupational burnout affects almost half (44%) of probation officers who participated in the study. It is illustrated by the most important, global occupational burnout ratio and, additionally, its individual dimensions. The correlation between stress and occupational burnout was confirmed, which corroborates the results of studies conducted by authors such as Schaufeli and Dierendock (1995), Hart (1996), Leiter, Maslach (1997), Maslach (1998).

Keywords

burnout in probation officers; correlation between stress and occupational burnout; Polish probation officers

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Published : 2016-12-13


Skowroński, B. (2016). Burnout in probation officers enforcing judgements in criminal and juvenile cases. Polish Journal of Social Rehabilitation, (11), 185-209. https://doi.org/10.22432/pjsr.2016.11.13

Bartłomiej Skowroński 


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