Most businesses do all they can to keep good employees for as long as possible. But at the Phoenix Print Shop, they can't get them out the door fast enough.
"We work closely with most of them to find work elsewhere," says Andrew Macdonald, general manager of Eva's Phoenix youth shelter.
The downtown shelter set up the small-job print shop 10 years ago as a way to not only raise money, but also to fulfil its mandate to help troubled youth get off the streets and lead productive lives by training them to get good jobs.
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