Social Worker Wellbeing and Working Conditions:  Good Practice Toolkit

This toolkit is aimed at accelerating action across all parts of the workplace. It is built on the principle that improvement in organisations – for staff and for the people we serve – often needs everyone involved to work together, and that social workers in practice can  be empowered to shape change and use their professional agency and power, individually and collectively.

 

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Authors: Dr Jermaine M Ravalier Reader in Work and Wellbeing (Psychology) Bath Spa University
Dr Ruth Allen, CEO British Association of Social Workers
Foreword by John McGowan, General Secretary, Social Workers Union