From convicted felon to valued worker: A formula for success
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Many business owners want to know the secret to a local company's growth and low employee turnover.
The owner's answer: They hire people most won't.
90 percent of employees at Nehemiah Manufacturing are convicted felons. It turns out that the company's second-chance program is good for business.
Nehemiah Manufacturing needed to move to a new plant in Lower Price Hill to accommodate growth.
It specializes in consumer packaging, including Kandoo Kids Flushable Wipes, and holds licenses with P&G.
But it is something else that the company specializes in that makes it truly special: Second chances.