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Diversity and Inclusion
Richard McMichael was one of the nearly 80 million people in the U.S. who face challenges finding employment due to their past. But now, some states and businesses (including us) are taking steps toward providing a second chance for people, like Richard, who have been incarcerated. Richard is now an accountant at Koch Minerals & Trading. He recently shared his story to full-time employment at Koch on NPR's "Here and Now” podcast. His journey illustrates the power of second chance hiring and how it can mutually benefit individuals, companies and communities.