Turnover rate for those aiding disabled clients rivals retail, fast-food industries
Although their chronically low wages showed modest gains last year, frontline workers who provide support and care to Ohioans with disabilities still left their jobs in droves. A new survey by the Ohio Provider Resource Association found that employee turnover in 2017 climbed to 61 percent - a staggering rate that compares with the churn of the retail and fast-food industries.
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