For restaurant operators who want workers who show up on time, have a good attitude and stay on the job not just for months, but for years, Joanne Packert is certain she has the perfect candidates—her clients at the Chesapeake Service Systems, a nonprofit organization in the Tidewater area of Virginia that assists people with severe mental retardation and other disabilities. In addition to running foodservice contracts at government facilities, CSS also finds work for its clients ...
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