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Workload

In the field of child welfare, the workload is the amount of work required to successfully manage assigned cases and bring them to resolution. Workload reflects the average time it takes a worker to do the work required for each assigned case and to complete other non-casework responsibilities. See also Caseload.

http://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/case_work_management/