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Title: A study of staff requirements in relation to agency function : a study of the experience of the Children's Home of Winnipeg, 1895-1955
Authors: Fulton, Marjorie Anne
Issue Date: 1959
Abstract: This study is concerned with the staff requirements of The Children's Home of Winnipeg, an institution established in 1884 to care for homeless and destitute children, by a group of women called The Christian Women's Union. During its nearly seventy years of operation as a child-caring institution there have been developments and changes in the function of the agency related more or less closely to developments in the fields of child welfare and child care. With these have come changes in the kind and numbers of staff engaged, and in the division of duties among them, as well as in the division of responsibilities between board members and employed staff. It is the writer's intention to examine these developments in the institution with a view to identifying trends in staff requirements and functions and their relation to changes in agency functions...
Other Identifiers: ocm72771999
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