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Second Chance Employers & Non-English Speaking Hires

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    Posted by: Morgan Robinson, Borgess

    Date: April 07, 2015 9:30 AM

    My organization is considered a second chance employer—utilizing some of their entities, such as laundry services to hire in minority populations who are trying to rebuild themselves within the community. Is this considered community benefit and if so, how would you categorize it? I feel as though it meets guideline 3 in the manual, but I would like a second opinion.

    Also, if these same entities also target hiring minority populations that do not speak English, who may not be hired into other positions within the community, because they cannot speak English—how would you report this as well.

    Thank you for your help/input!

    Response: Peter Morgan, Adventist Medical Center-Portland
    Date: April 13, 2015 10:56 AM

    I would count this under F8 Workforce Development. I would not count it as a category 3 as the hiring addresses a social determinate of health as oppose to a health issue

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