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Purpose: The excessive and prolonged occupational stress can result in worker´s emotional exhaustion known as burnout syndrome. The aim of this study was evaluated the relationship between perceived organizational support and the risk of developing burnout. Methods: It’s a descriptive observational cross-sectional study. The burnout´s risk was assessed by the Maslash Invetory Burnout and the organizational support through the Perceived Organizational Support Scale. Results: From the research subjects, 36 (55.38%) presented a risk for burnout. Comparing this group with the employees without risk for burnout, three organization support factors were perceived as critical: The supervisor support (p=0.036), the relationship at work (p=0.012) and the professional valorization (p=0.0009). Conclusion: The organizational support at work has a significant relationship with the risk of burnout, especially the role of leader in management of employees.
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Author(s): Eacutelide Sbardellotto M da Costa Adriano Hyeda Eliane M C P Maluf
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