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Might “work support services” enable nonprofit human services organizations to help their staff bridge the gap between earnings and their families’ living expenses

Might “work support services” enable nonprofit human services organizations to help their staff bridge the gap between earnings and their families’ living expenses, contributing to greater financial stability? The Assembly’s Increasing Financial Stability for Frontline Nonprofit Workers: Bridging the Gap by Connecting Human Services Employees to Work Supports takes a freshlook at the impacts of connecting low-paid employees to the government benefits and income supports that can help sustain “the lifeblood of the caring infrastructure in commu­nities across the United States.”

12/18/2013