Predictors of Burnout, Job Satisfaction, and Turnover in Behavior Technicians Working with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Marlena N. Novack & Dennis R. Dixon
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Novack, M. N., & Dixon, D. R. (2019). Predictors of burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover in behavior technicians working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 6, 413-421.

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Abstract
Frequent turnover of behavior technicians working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may have negative impacts on organizations, staff, and patients. The current paper set out to conduct a systematic review of predictors of staff retention in behavior technicians. Two databases were searched to identify studies relating to retention, turnover, burnout, and job satisfaction across samples of behavior technicians working with individuals with ASD. Of the 33 articles identified, 5 studies met inclusion criteria. A number of employee and organizational factors were identified as predictors of burnout, job satisfaction, and intention to turnover in behavior technicians. These findings are informative for hiring practices, ongoing supervision, and support of behavior technicians working with individuals with ASD.
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11 reviews for Predictors of Burnout, Job Satisfaction, and Turnover in Behavior Technicians Working with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    Becky Fields (verified buyer)

    This was a great article to read, even if no CEU was offered!

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    Anonymous (verified buyer)

    This article was so helpful! And getting CEU credit for reading it is great!

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    Aimee Robertson (verified buyer)

    Would love to see a follow-up to some of the topics in the discussion portion of the article. Our clients need as much consistency as we can provide them, so low RBT turn over is important.

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    Lindsy Hymel (verified buyer)

    Okay study, needs more study to gather Info

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    Anonymous (verified buyer)

    Excellent material and very important for delivering services.

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