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The Great Resignation and Social Work – The Latest Issue of Social Work Advocates Is Available Online

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The Great Resignation and Social Work Laetitia Clayton, Editor The COVID-19 pandemic spurred employees in many professions to leave their jobs in record numbers, resulting in what’s being called The Great Resignation. Social workers are leaving jobs, too, but it seems most are staying within the profession. And the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that social work will continue to ... Read More »

Successful Lobbying Requires Building Relationships, Finding Common Ground – Your Social Work Advocates Digital Edition is Now Available

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Successful Lobbying Requires Building Relationships, Finding Common Ground By Laetitia Clayton, Editor “Social work is political.” You’ve likely heard this statement before, and some say it’s true now more than ever. Social work and NASW have a long history of social and political activism, and all social workers have an ethical responsibility to advocate for clients, per our Code of ... Read More »

The December 2020 – January 2021 Issue of Social Work Advocates Covers Human Trafficking, More

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“I want to thank all social workers for their hard work this past year, and every year, and I wish you all the best in 2021.” —Laetitia Clayton, Managing Editor In case you missed the December–January issue, here are some highlights. Top stories include: Human Trafficking: A Pervasive Human Rights Issue Human trafficking is a challenge many social workers are ... Read More »