Washington Post features Antioch University student, Randy Osmun

One of the challenges that advocates are discussing here at an anti-poverty conference in Aspen — yes, I realize the irony — is getting buy-in from the private sector. How do you convince companies that social spending and government “handouts” are good for the bottom line? Antioch University Student, Randy Osmun has a pitch: reduced employee turnover. Read more.

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