According to the latest research conducted by KPMG UK, companies admit they’re considering turning to ex-hackers in a bid to stay one step ahead of cyber criminals. 572 more words
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“When I answer that question honestly, I never get a call back,” she said. “I feel like I’m still paying for my crimes 20 years later.” 705 more words
What’s the latest hiring trend? Making it illegal for companies to ask job applicants whether they’ve ever been convicted of a felony. It’s all part of a growing campaign called “Ban the Box,” where supporters want to eliminate the checkbox from printed and online job application forms that says: “Check ‘yes’ if you were ever convicted of a felony.” … 160 more words
Fact: As of May 2011, nearly 65,000,000 Americans had a criminal record.
Source: 65 Million “Need Not Apply,” The National Employment Law Project