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worker

the beneficiary of much modern legislation, sometimes in capacity as an employee under a contract of employment but also under separate regimes such as the wages legislation. In the law of the EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, the worker is the subject of many legal provisions. See FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS.
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Fewer In the same period, five social workers, including one senior, left the 124-strong workforce.
The total number of children under the care of social workers in the county climbed from 2,528 to 2,726 in the year to September 2018.
Social workers were blasted in the aftermath of Peter Connelly's tragic death in 2007, after vital warning signs that could have saved the tot's life were missed.
He plans to become a licensed clinical social worker, a credential that he hopes will broaden his career options for helping others.
Raed Amira also stated that Palestinian social workers are facing daily harassment by occupying Israeli forces and that it "is not the first time" that the Israelis have arrested social workers--many of whom still languish in Israeli jails under what is called "administrative detention."
"Some organizations have found that social workers can help clients achieve better outcomes.
Though the Department of Children and Families said it has hired 200 additional social workers and support staff since the beginning of this year, over half of all social workers are working at unsafe caseload levels, according to a social workers union spokesman.
BECAUSE social workers have had training and put acceptable answers on exam papers, it is assumed that they are better qualified to recognise a case of child abuse and neglect more than anyone else.
A SOCIAL worker has won a national award for his work and service in Rhondda Cynon Taf.

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