Speakers: Byron Wine, Ph.D, BCBA-D, LBA
When: Friday, November 30th @ 3 PM EST
Title: Turnover in Human Services
While turnover in human services has received significant attention in terms of cost, and potential clinical impacts, relatively little behavior analytic work has examined the phenomenon. In this presentation we will examine turnover in terms of definition, actual cost to organizations, and other critical variables that are often overlooked. Then, we will review the extant literature in impacting turnover. Lastly, new research will be presented on using professional development to decrease direct-care turnover.
Dr. Byron Wine is the Vice President of Operations at the Faison Center in Richmond Virginia and the Executive Director of the OBM Network. Byron also holds appointments as an assistant professor at the Florida Institute of Technology and visiting assistant professor at the University of Virginia. Byron received his doctorate in Educational Psychology from Temple University, and completed both his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Florida Institute of Technology. He is a Virginia-licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and has published over 20 research articles and four book chapters. Byron currently sits on the editorial boards of Behavior Analysis in Practice and the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management.
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