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What is an Umbrella Summary?

An Umbrella Summary highlights findings from the workforce literature to address pertinent child welfare workforce challenges. These summaries provide a synopsis of the published meta-analyses of a specific workforce topic. The research is summarized in a straightforward question-and-answer format. Each summary highlights the implications of the research for child welfare professionals.

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Reference Checks
When considering a job candidate, does it help to talk with former employers? This Umbrella Summary describes the available evidence about reference checks.
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Occupational Commitment

Occupational commitment: What does the research say about people’s commitment to a particular line of work? This Umbrella Summary describes the available evidence about occupational commitment.

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Organizational Justice
Organizational Justice: What can agencies do to improve perceptions of fairness? This Umbrella Summary describes the available evidence about organizational justice.
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Thriving

What does it mean for employees to thrive at work? Read this Umbrella Summary to learn more.            

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