Federal grants pay for videos to dissuade people with reality check before accepting NH health and human services job
The department is now seeing less turnover among employees in their first 12 months on the job, and officials think the videos are helping. So now they plan to make two more this summer through Concord video company Accompany, at a cost of about $18,000.
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