An overview of workaholism and what contributes to it.
Document Category: Workload
An overview of sleep and its impact on workplace outcomes.
An overview of work conditions that interfere with an employee’s motivation or ability to perform, otherwise known as work constraints, and what contributes to them.
An overview of workload and how to improve it.
An overview of three types of role stress: role ambiguity, role conflict, and role overload.
This brief discusses the current workforce crisis and provides recommendations on ways child welfare programs can enhance their recruitment efforts.
This document summarizes a study that surveyed 1,263 workers in a Midwestern state to determine factors that influence workload perceptions related to manageability and overtime work. Caseload characteristics, supervisor support, and regional staffing needs were examined.
This brief presents results from a statistical analysis examining the relationship between indicators of substance use prevalence and child welfare caseloads. It shows positive relationships with drug-related hospitalizations and child welfare caseloads and similar findings.
This study is the first child welfare workload study that addresses the work of voluntary agency staff, in addition to public agency staff with the aim of understanding the total effort required to assess, plan, provide, and document the broad array of child welfare services.
This journal presents articles from a special issue that explores the measurement of child welfare workload and shares findings from workload studies.