Transforming Front-Line Child Welfare Practice: The Impacts of Institutional Settings on Services, Employment Environments, Children, and Families WORKING REPORT #5: Child Welfare Jobs (Service Provider Perspectives)
Transforming Front-Line Child Welfare Practices (2010)
Faculty of Social Work
This report compares how service providers experience their employment realities across central, integrated, and accessible service models. Differences in job satisfaction, worker retention, and feelings about the work itself are examined.
Cameron, G., Hazineh, L. & Frensch, K. (2009). Transforming Front-Line Child Welfare Practices: The Impacts Of Institutional Settings On Services, Employment Environments, Children And Families, Working Report #5: Child Welfare Jobs (Service Provider Perspectives) (Rep., pp. 1-69). Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University, Partnerships for Children and Families Project.