This webinar showcases the creative, evidence-based efforts of Buncombe County, North Carolina’s Department of Social Services to recruit, screen, select and retain new frontline child welfare staff, in order to build workforce capacity, improve employee retention, and promote organizational resiliency.
Document Category: Recruitment
This paper summaries project activities, from eight university programs, to develop, field test, revise, implement, evaluate, and disseminate an effective and comprehensive training curriculum and model for recruiting and retaining a competent workforce in public child welfare agencies.
Finding qualified workers who are likely to stay is a major challenge in child welfare. This one hour module shares some specific strategies and examples from other states that can make your recruitment efforts more successful.
This comprehensive reference list includes a compilation of papers, reports, peer-reviewed journal articles and other relevant resources addressing Recruitment, Screening and Selection.
This paper summarizes best practice approaches to recruitment and provides examples of some innovative approaches.
This document summarizes the interview responses of workers who were identified as “resilient” by their supervisors and administrators and includes lessons learned about factors related to worker and supervisor resiliency that could be translated into training curriculum and recruitment and retention strategies.
This workbook addresses recruiting and selecting the right staff, providing information on promising practices and tools for recruiting and selecting front line staff, profiles of desirable qualities needed in front-line supervisors and staff, and methods for developing effective collaborations with universities.
This document provides some tips and best practices for a smarter, more budget friendly approach to recruiting Millennials and filling the void left by retiring Boomers.
This website provides resources and products from the Western Workforce Project which was designed to create and test a workforce assessment and intervention model focused on organizational health.
This guide has examples of effective strategies that can serve as a roadmap to help state and local government agencies recruit and retain the best and brightest workers.