Hiring the Homeless Doesn’t Work if You Don’t Understand Homelessness
Nicole Dieker

It’s good that companies would like to help homeless people. However, if too many constraints are placed on the companies (e.g., can’t work swing shifts, can’t work at night, can’t be laid off), then the companies may think it’s not worth the trouble. Placing the reasonable responsibility for success on the company instead of the employee makes it less likely that the company will create the program.

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