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Child Welfare Workers: Overworked and Underpaid – Part 4

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The fourth in the four-part series of programs focused on the child welfare workforce throughout March— National Professional Social Work Month. Large caseloads, long hours, low pay and high staff turnover are prime factors that contribute to burnout among child welfare workers—forcing many to leave the profession altogether. On this week’s program, guests discuss the need for better pay and innovative approaches for keeping more workers in the field. Call in with your questions or comments.

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