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IN THE NEWS

News Articles and Updates from Nehemiah

Manufactures Push to Give Workers with Criminal Records a Second Chance/

CNBC – May 7, 2021.At the age of 56, Franklin Comer is proudly working at his first job..Comer is approaching his one-year anniversary at Nehemiah Manufacturing in Cincinnati, after serving more than 33 years in prison for aggravated robbery and murder.

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WSJ: The Company of Second chances 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL  – June 25, 2020.While some companies try to attract and keep employees with yoga classes and lavish cafeterias, Nehemiah Manufacturing Co.’s perks include a social-service team and an attorney.

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Nehemiah Manufacturing: Second Chance Employment

Greater Ohio Policy Center – March 24, 2020.Nehemiah’s successful program revolves around providing social services and support to individuals returning from incarceration.  Nehemiah employs a full-time social service team of three and partners with a host of social service agencies in the Cincinnati area, such as Cincinnati Works, City Link Center,

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Nehemiah Manufacturing Could Bring 125 Jobs to Lower Price Hill

WCPO Cincinnati – December 5, 2016. A packaging company that espouses “profit with a purpose” could be the first company to set up shop in the city of Cincinnati’s MetroWest Commerce Park in Lower Price Hill…

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Nehemiah: A Culture with Staying Power

Nehemiah Updates – April 16, 2015. In February, Nehemiah Manufacturing was an early stop on the book tour of business consultant and author Scott Mautz.  The purpose of his visit? Celebratory. He came to distribute and sign copies of his first book, Make It Matter, and to thank Nehemiah for participating in the content….

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Nehemiah’s Meyer Building Manufacturing Company to Give Back

Cincinnati Business Courier – April 27, 2012. No one knows that better than Dan Meyer, founder and CEO of Nehemiah Manufacturing Co. The Queensgate company launched in 2009 with the goal of creating jobs for those hardest to employ: inner-city residents, low-skilled workers, people with criminal records and drug abuse histories…

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