Frontline child welfare supervisors are a vitally important component for providing leadership in service delivery and workforce stability. This statewide study of public child welfare supervisors uses a modified version of a previously developed instrument (the CWEFS) to examine job satisfaction and factors influencing supervisors’ intention to leave. A consistent negative perception of salary was found but a stratified pattern of dissatisfaction emerged across other variables when examined by intention to leave (Stayers, Undecided, and Leavers). A Hierarchical Binary Logistic Regression Model identified two factors that predicted intention to leave: dissatisfaction with administrative support and workload impact.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||Journal of Public Child Welfare|
|State||Published - Oct 19 2020|
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- Child welfare
- job satisfaction
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Developmental and Educational Psychology
- Sociology and Political Science