Finding his career

Koch, Steven
October 2012
Athens News;10/11/2012, p19
The article focuses on the placement company Personnel Plus Inc. with reference to an employee named Brandon who is disabled in the a grocery store named Kroger in Athens County, Ohio. The job placement company placed Brandon in the store where he does all the works like bagging groceries, cleaning bathrooms and also bringing shopping carts. Information on the role of the Board of Developmental Disabilities of the County in the employment of people with disabilities is also presented.


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