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|Agency workforce estimation: Simple steps for improving child safety and permanency
||This article briefly reviews research findings that link adequate staffing to improved child safety and well-being, and presents approaches for evaluating agency workforce needs and managing workforce capacity, illustrating how managers can accomplish the following: (a) identify common symptoms of agency understaffing; (b) estimate existing workforce capacity; and (c) estimate agency workload demand and understaffing.
|Report from the child welfare workforce survey: State and county data and findings
||This report provides the results of survey data about staffing trends in public and private child welfare agencies in 43 states and 48 counties, who submitted information about workforce salary; caseload sizes; staffing issues; vacancy and turnover rates; recruitment and retention problems; and effective initiatives.