National Employment Law Project
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Employers: consider qualifications first.
NELP applauds the Senate’s work to advance criminal justice reform and to fix flawed FBI background checks for employment.
New York is the 19th state to implement a policy, along with nearly 100 cities and counties and D.C.
We are asking the federal government to give all workers a fair chance at a job.
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.
Oregon becomes the 18th state to adopt fair-chance hiring for people with records.
The NYPD’s own policing and hiring policies have made it harder to diversify its ranks.
How can the fair-chance hiring campaign, help restore the middle class?