Unions Of Social Workers
- Author Susan Miller
- Published September 17, 2011
- Word count 385
The reason for some workers unionizing in 1970's was because of the economic change where there was pressure to cut salaries of workers was being compromised. To cater and solve this problem without much fuss, the workers thought they needed to balance the situation, like a trade union. The goal was to talk on the issues like the employment, justice, pay fairness, health and safety of the workers.
CASW has a set of rules and regulations which have to be followed by every social worker in the case of arising of an issue in the work place. These principles vary from the integrity and self respect of a person, to the opinion and point of view of an individual, the contrasting interests etc. These principles are the base of the strong practice that CASW ensures.
The social work area
Social workers can be found in many areas that include, community centers, agencies that give family service, agencies that aid children, hospitals, schools, correctional institutes, development agencies, advocacy agencies, groups that are activists or are solidarity, administration agencies that follow welfare, departments that are federal or provincial, and even private practice. The work is done in the following associations:
Quasi or Semi-Governmental
Charitable or private organizations
Limited communal setting up
Social workers provide help with security programs, social services, and also in providing aid on more of a personal level. In provincial, community and social service, in federal, unemployment insurance commission, as well as the youth services bureau, paroles and probations, they also assist programs like alcohol and drug addiction, child welfare and special homes.
Quasi or Semi-Governmental
Working with the Quasi, who have hundred percent financial support of government but, are run by a board of privately elected board of administrators like hospitals etc.
Charitable or Private Organizations
Those profitable and non profitable organizations which accept private as well as the government funding, but are administered by a private group of board members.
It is a very small proportion of this.
Such as the citizen support group which can advocate on behalf of a person, or can also be a study or a lobby group for example Caledon Institute of Social Policy.
Local communal set ups
Limited, private communal development council.
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