National Employment Law Project
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Ban-the-box is just one part of a comprehensive racial justice and economic opportunity agenda.
Beverly Harrison hopes that her story will illustrate the importance of fair chance hiring policies.
The EEOC’s common-sense guidance encourages fair consideration of all qualified job applicants.
It’s time for Alameda County to honor its pledge to connect people with records with job opportunities.
Businesses are looking beyond the stigma of a record and giving people a fair chance to work.
When employers look past the stigma of a criminal record, they find highly-qualified and motivated workers.
Fair chance hiring and occupational licensing reform bills are taking off across the country.
The bills are modeled after reforms adopted in 26 states and 150+ localities.
Across the nation, impressive strides were taken in 2016 towards expanding fair-chance hiring policies for people with records.