National Employment Law Project
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Occupational license disqualifications remain entrenched in state laws for people with records.
The president can ensure that federal contractors eliminate unfair hiring barriers facing the 70 million Americans who have records.
Union-led programs inside and outside prisons are helping the formerly incarcerated find meaningful employment.
21 states and over 100 cities and counties have taken action to reduce hiring barriers faced by people with records.
NELP has submitted comments on the proposed rules to implement the new law.
Leading philanthropies to adopt fair-chance hiring for people with records.
Retailers Big Lots and Marshalls will remove the criminal history question from job applications in NY.
Uber’s new background check policy ultimately fails the workers it’s meant to help.
The president can bolster his legacy of improving the lives of working families.