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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(…)
April 15th marked the largest protests by low-wage workers in the nation’s history.
Potential 2016 hopefuls on both sides of the aisle are speaking out about inequality and social mobility.
Low-wage industries in the United States are growing rapidly, but wages aren’t.
NELP’s Yannet Lathrop on the Tax Day worker strikes and what we can do to address record income inequality.
Low-wage workers around the nation went out in protest on April 15, demanding a minimum wage of $15 an hour.
NELP’s Michelle Natividad Rodriguez on how Apple can become a corporate leader in the fair-chance hiring movement.