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|Developmental stages of child and youth care workers: An interactional perspective
||Following a review of the literature, and based on the author's experience, this paper offers a description of the developmental stages of workers which takes into consideration characteristics of the interactions between workers and clients.
|Maryland child welfare workforce recruitment, selection and retention study
||This report identifies the characteristics of the existing Maryland child welfare workforce; compares the salaries of Maryland child welfare personnel (caseworkers, supervisors, administrators) with comparable personnel in other states and with other state government employees; establishes the rate of caseworker turnover (overall and by agency/region) for a specified time period; and identifies the organizational, personal, and other factors contributing to retention or turnover.
|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.