Criminal records haunt job-seekers despite law’s repeal
Time to talk drugs — weed, specifically.
No one wants to be caught with marijuana on his or her person. 513 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
October 13, 2014
The process of hiring a new employee can be a lengthy and arduous task. It’s no wonder that after combing through hundreds of resumes, conducting dozens of interviews, and asking all the right questions to find the one perfect candidate for the job, human resource professionals breathe a sigh of relief when their background screening and verification report comes back ‘clear.’ 703 more words
This is my issue with this case. It would have made a lot more sense for Randy Turner to write a private letter to the assisted living place. 12,719 more words
September 23, 2014
Does it make good business sense to hire someone who has recently been released from prison? Factors such as the nature of the crime committed, the amount of time served, and rehabilitation efforts all play a part in deciding whether or not to hire an ex-convict. 551 more words
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