Organisational Factors, Job Satisfaction and Intention to Leave Among Newly Qualified Social Workers in England

Research in Practice
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

This article reports on a longitudinal study of 280 social work students, focusing on their experiences as newly qualified social workers (NQSWs). It reports on the relative importance of their satisfaction with different work elements (e.g. supervision and job engagement) and uses the findings to construct a model of NQSWs' overall satisfaction and their intention to remain in or leave their job.

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