Although only 11% of Welsh social workers say they plan to quit the profession in the next five years, compared with 17% across the UK as a whole, 50% of those who do so indicate that lack of support from their employer or manager is an issue. By contrast, just 29% of those planning to quit UK-wide cite a need for greater support. Similarly, 42% of those expecting to quit in Wales say reduced caseloads would prompt them to reconsider. Across the UK as a whole, the equivalent figure is just 30% (although 11% say nothing would make them think again). Related: Only one in six social workers want to be managers, survey finds Gerry Evans, deputy chief executive and registrar of Social Care Wales , the newly merged regulatory and improvement agency, said: Caseloads are increasing, but so is the size of the workforce. This suggests the nature of the work and processes involved have changed, so we need to focus on creating a proper support network. In all of our cultures were held to account, so letting go of traditional managerial styles can be difficult but where we are now is considerably different to where weve been in the last 30 years, Evans added. A lot of it involves trust trusting social workers to make decisions and take action themselves. Under the act, which mirrors in part the Care Act in England, social workers are required to work with people who may need support to find ways to help them do so in the community without necessarily receiving formal care services. Susan Cooper, corporate director of wellbeing at Bridgend council , said managers had a responsibility to help social workers do their jobs better.
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EDT April 08, 2017 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Charlotte Knights "pitched in" to help deserving kids find a good place to sleep. The players, fresh off their 11-4 victory Friday night over the Norfolk Tides, tag-teamed with Providence Day School students in loading up delivery trucks for an organization called "Bed for Kids." #PDSChargers students, alumni, faculty and staff joined with @KnightsBaseball players today to serve 5 families through @beds4kidz . pic.twitter.com/TCeyiJDvsW Providence Day (@ProvidenceDay) April 8, 2017 The non-profit group provides donated beds and other household furniture to families who don't have them. The idea behind the group is that children will listen and learn better if they get a good nights sleep. Knights pitcher Carson Fulmer says he's happy to help the community that supports the team so proudly. The community is really supportive of us and this is an opportunity obviously for us to give back," Fulmer says."The guys that are here and the guys on our team -- when it comes to kids -- are really sensitive to that and the families that we're giving to. The Knights will continue to collect new, unused linens and beddingduring Saturday night's game. The kids who got beds today were also treated with tickets to the game.
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