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Home > News > 2017 > July > New study to investigate teacher workload and impact on burnout; members invited to participate in survey

New study to investigate teacher workload and impact on burnout; members invited to participate in survey

stressed_teacher.pngA new study is investigating how certain job demands, particularly workload, impact burnout — and in turn affect absenteeism, turnover intentions and mental health.

To assist in informing the research, teachers are invited to complete a wellbeing survey

The study is being conducted by Monash University PhD student Natalia Rajendran and aims to explore some of the correlates of burnout and determine what role they play in turnover intentions and wellbeing.

IEU members are invited to participate in the research by completing a 20 minute teacher wellbeing survey.

Survey responses will remain confidential.

Following completion of the study, research findings will be shared with our union.

Click here to complete the survey.