Turn90 mentioned in Harvard Business Review

Why do many employers hesitate to hire individuals with criminal histories despite the potential benefits of tapping into this pool of talent to address labor shortages?

In this article, Harvard Business Review addresses common fears such as concerns about recidivism and negligent hiring lawsuits, presenting research that challenges these misconceptions. Data shows that the majority of individuals with convictions do not reoffend, and factors like time since last conviction and participation in rehabilitation programs are better indicators of future behavior than the type of crime committed.

Learn how adopting “second-chance” hiring practices could be mutually beneficial for employers and society, reducing recidivism rates and providing opportunities for individuals seeking to reintegrate into society.

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