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QIC-Tips summarize child welfare workforce-related recommendations made by the QIC-WD. These tips are derived from research, our experience, or the experience(s) of our sites. Most QIC-Tips are written for child welfare leaders, policymakers, and decision makers and are intended to highlight key workforce strategies and provide links to additional, more detailed, resources.

Measuring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Tips for Child Welfare Professionals
This QIC-Tip discusses strategies to measure diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) which can lead to an understanding of the composition, needs, and perspectives of the workforce.
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Job Posting
A job posting must be candidate-centric, informative, clear, transparent, and appealing to potential child welfare job candidates. This QIC-Tip is designed to highlight actionable strategies to create a good job posting.
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Supporting Virtual Supervision as Part of a Hybrid Workforce
Supervisors are tasked with effectively managing staff, onboarding new employees, handling conflict, and encouraging and maintaining morale in this new hybrid work environment. This QIC-Tip shares the available evidence about virtual supervision.
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What Can Child Welfare Leaders Do to Improve Job Satisfaction?
What can child welfare leaders do to create a satisfied, productive workforce when the work is stressful, complex, and challenging? This QIC-Tip draws from our extensive collection of Umbrella Summaries to help answer this question.
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How Can Supervisors Support New Employees?
Supervisors are essential to the onboarding process. This QIC-Tip includes research-informed recommendations and practical advice from the field to help supervisors support new workers.
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