The study was aimed at examining the role of job burnout in predicting counterproductive work behaviors (CWB) among high school teachers. Maslach Burnout Inventory-ES (Maslach, Jackson, & Leiter, 1996) and Counterproductive Work Behavior Checklist-32 (Spector, Fox, Penney, Bruursema, Goh, and Kessler, 2006) were used to measure the constructs. The study comprised two phases. Phase-I of the study aimed at translating the scales from English into Urdu and the Phase-II of the study was carried out to explore the role of three factors of job burnout (including emotional exhaustion, reduced personal accomplishment and depersonalization) in predicting withdrawal abuse, and sabotage(the three forms of CWB). Multiple regression analysis revealed that reduced personal accomplishment and depersonalization were significant positive predictors of withdrawal and sabotage, whereas emotional exhaustion and depersonalization were found to be significant positive predictors of abuse. Limitations and implications have also been discussed.