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Strengthening the Child Welfare Workforce: Promoting Recruitment and Retention: A Special Issue of Child Welfare Journal (Vol. 88, No. 5)



Strengthening the Child Welfare Workforce: Promoting Recruitment and Retention: A Special Issue of Child Welfare Journal (Vol. 88, No. 5) Edited by Gary R. Anderson and Joan Levy Zlotnik
Table of Contents:
Introduction: Achieving Positive Outcomes for Children and Families: Recruiting and Retaining a Competent Child Welfare Workforce
Job Previews in Child Welfare: State of Innovation and Practice
A Research-Based Child Welfare Employee Selection Protocol: Strengthening Retention of the Workforce
Recruiting and Retaining Child Welfare Workers: Is Preparing Social Work Students Enough for Sustained Commitment to the Field?
One State’s Effort to Improve Recruitment, Retention, and Practice Through Multifaceted Clinical Supervision Interventions
Improving the Retention of Child Welfare Workers by Strengthening Skills and Increasing Support for Supervisors
The Influence of Supervisor Support, Peer Support, and Organizational Culture Among Early Career Social Workers in Child Welfare Services
Design Teams: A Promising Organizational Intervention for Improving Turnover Rates in the Child Welfare Workforce
Intervening in Multiple States: Findings from the Western Regional Recruitment Project
Predictors of Undesired Turnover for Child Welfare Workers
Retaining Workers Approaching Retirement: Why Child Welfare Needs to Pay Attention to the Aging Workforce
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CWLA Stock Number: J885
Publication Date: 2009