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If a major federal contractor like Koch Industries can “ban the box,” there’s no reason why others cannot.
Fair-chance hiring is an idea with broad appeal whose time has come.
One of Nation’s Largest Employers Moves to Reduce Employment Barriers for Job-Seekers with Records, as Criminal Justice Reform Gains Momentum(…)
NELP’s Michelle Natividad Rodriguez on how Apple can become a corporate leader in the fair-chance hiring movement.
Birthplace of the Nation, 15th State Overall, to Give Qualified Job-Seekers with Convictions a Fair Chance to Work Washington, DC—(…)
Politico covers our effort to move the Obama administration to adopt a federal fair-chance hiring policy for people with conviction(…)
Criminal justice reform emerges as a leading bipartisan and economic Issue.
New York Times editorial, citing NELP, calls on the Obama administration to adopt fair-chance hiring for federal agencies and contractors.
NELP board member Jared Bernstein on helping people with records find jobs.