A culinary education program for prison inmates is not only helping Aramark win business at correctional facilities, but also could encourage graduates to pursue foodservice careers upon their release and positively affect recidivism rates, according to law enforcement officers and contract management executives. The program, called Inmate to Workmate, was the brainchild of chairman and chief executive Joseph A. Neubauer in 1999, according to Tim Campbell, president of ...
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