Latest data show sharp rise

April 2009
Community Care;4/16/2009, Issue 1766, p4
The article offers information on a research conducted by this periodical in order to determine vacancy rate for social workers in Great Britain. The research has revealed an increase in the vacancy rate for children's social workers and adults' social workers with 13.2% and 12.2% respectively. The research has also revealed decline in use of agency and temporary staff.


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