National Employment Law Project
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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.
Los Angeles becomes the 15th locality in the nation to adopt a private-sector fair-chance hiring policy.
A step-by-step guide to making workplace diversity and inclusion a reality.
The Fair Chance Act aims to ensure fairness in the job search for people with an arrest or conviction record.