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It’s time for Alameda County to honor its pledge to connect people with records with job opportunities.
When employers look past the stigma of a criminal record, they find highly-qualified and motivated workers.
The Fair Chance Act aims to ensure fairness in the job search for people with an arrest or conviction record.
Start by passing an increase to the federal minimum wage.
A laundromat owner in Florida explains why he supports fair-chance hiring.
The Obama administration must lead on “fair chance” hiring, write Christine Owens and Nayantara Mehta.
If a major federal contractor like Koch Industries can “ban the box,” there’s no reason why others cannot.
NELP’s Michelle Natividad Rodriguez on how Apple can become a corporate leader in the fair-chance hiring movement.