"Debater: the work Environment is so bad that more people are choosing to resign"
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"the DEBATE. Despite the glaring lack of teachers increasing the number of unemployed teachers, for the first time in many years. The reason is that more says up themselves due to faulty work environment. In december 2018 it was 1 529 persons receiving unemployment benefits, compared to 1 333 in the same month in 2017. There is an increase of close to 15 per cent."
"the Unemployment rate for teachers is generally low because of the lärarbristen, but now we are seeing an increasing trend. Teachers ' A-cash can conclude that the reason for the increase is that more and more resign at his own request, with reference to health reasons linked to the work environment."
"instead of further risking their health choose thus many teachers to quit and take the huge economic loss that it entails. Termination on the own request means is turned off from a cashier in 45 days. Including the six karensdagarna does it mean that it takes over seven weeks before you have the opportunity to receive compensation."
"the Statistics from the social Insurance office show that the teachers are greatly over-represented when it comes to sick leave. A clear sign of an unhealthy work environment."
"the Evidence about the situation are not lacking. Under the hashtag #pressatläge have a large number of pre-school teachers testified on how the staff rushed apart and eventually sjukskrivs because they don't have the energy. "
"the Union has shown in a report on an alarming situation at many leisure centres, with decreasing proportion of trained teachers and larger classrooms. "
"In another study teachers' association did last year, says nine out of ten primary school teachers that they don't fully keep up with his assignments during the regular working hours."
"at the same time is lärarbristen huge. The teaching profession is not considered attractive enough to pursue. In the day, there is no close to 65 000 trained teachers, preschool teachers and school leaders. By the year 2035, the forecast is that it will be missing almost 80 000 teachers. "
"When the teachers' association, ask the tens of thousands of trained teachers who have chosen to leave the profession and what is required for them to come back, the answer is clear: better working environment and higher salary. "
"When the balance between demands and resources are missing so it leads to a huge samvetsstress. The result is that leisure is devoted to the job and claim the increase. The understanding of the municipalities and independent schools seems to be lacking that it is only when the stress is reduced, that claim will go down, which then will also affect school performance positively."
"That is only half of all vacancies within the school that is systematically working to prevent stress, according to information from the Swedish work environment authority. The unhealthy working environment are not taken seriously enough."
"all of this will be hetsjakten on the sick. Many applications are rejected on his application for compensation. The insurance policy means that the sick leave that is included in a rehabilitation plan and has returned to his job part-time – sometimes up to 75 percent of the service – called on to resign and seek other full-time jobs. "
"In lärarbristens Sweden may teachers who become sick of their jobs is not a sensible chance to get back to their profession, but are forced to seek other jobs. Reasonable?"
"For those who can afford it is perhaps not surprising that the only solution eventually becomes to resign at his own request and live on the savings in A fund's withdrawal period. But it is so we'll have it? "
"this Is Sweden's ambition to be a leading knowledge nation consistent with misshushålla of teaching resources in this way? "
"nJohanna Jaara Åstrand, chairman of the Swedish teachers 'Union"
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