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TREVINO REYES, Rosalba  and  LOPEZ PEREZ, Jesús Fabián. Impact of empowerment on job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and burnout in teachers in Mexico. Contad. Adm [online]. 2022, vol.67, n.3, 00013.  Epub June 06, 2023. ISSN 0186-1042.

This research analyzes the relationship between Structural Empowerment and Remuneration with Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Burnout through Psychological Empowerment in middle higher school teachers in Mexico, as well as their contrasts and differences in impact between segmentation groups. The study was carried out with a non-experimental and cross-sectional design with correlational and causal scope. The measurement instrument was applied to a sample of 167 teachers, whose data were analyzed using the structural equations method. The findings support the positive impact of Structural Empowerment on Job Satisfaction, and Remuneration on Organizational Commitment, through Psychological Empowerment; but they do not endorse the negative impact on Burnout, which contrasts with the literature reviewed. It is recommended to continue refining the measurement instrument and to continue with the analysis of Burnout in other contexts and organizational areas. Teachers to whom the organization provides support, information, resources and opportunities to learn and develop have higher levels of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment, as well as those who are better paid are more committed to their work and institution. Among the limitations, the following stand out: the data is collected once in time and the sample was oriented to those teachers who were available to answer the surveys.

Keywords : structural empowerment; psychological empowerment; burnout; teachers; public institutions.

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