Mobilizing Employers to Effectively Hire, Support and Retain Employees
Companies often struggle to meet their labor needs or pay a high price for employee turnover, and justice-involved people. 75% of managers and HR professionals state that individuals with criminal records provide quality of work as high, or higher than other employees. As an employer of formerly incarcerated people, you are not only providing a job, but you are providing stability, purpose and second chances. By implementing purposeful changes, employers will learn how to establish inclusive policies and procedures, be more proactive in hiring diverse populations, partner with social service organizations, support employees as they reintegrate, and understand how legislation impacts their business operations.