"We obviously need to do anything we can - pull out all of the stops - to try to reduce our turnover problem. And if we can do that without diminishing the quality of the workers we hire, why not try it? You're expanding the pool of applicants," said Crimmins, adding the change also gives people in other CPS roles a chance to become caseworkers.
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