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Why You Should Actively Recruit
Formerly-Incarcerated Individuals

More and more employers are embracing fair-chance hiring, and for good reason. Massive talent pool: About 19 million Americans have felonies and 1 in 3 has a criminal record on their background check. Retention and productivity: Fair-chance hires tend to stay longer, while being just as (if not more) productive than other employees. Diversity and equity: Our criminal legal system disproportionately impacts marginalized individuals and communities. Fair-chance hiring is a tangible way for employers to move the needle on DEI commitments.

 

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It’s free and easy to create an employer account. Once you do, you’ll be able to post jobs and start receiving applications from job seekers. We’ll also send you a Quick Start guide to help you navigate our platform.

 

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As a social enterprise, we make our platform free for both seekers and employers. To support the sustainability of our mission, we depend on employers leveraging our paid upgrades. Consider Sponsoring Jobs or using our Direct Placement services to boost your hiring efforts and support our mission. Thank you for being a fair-chance employer.

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Employer Testimonial

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Fair-Chance Employer Badges

On Honest Jobs, employers earn badges as they hire people through our site. This enables employers to demonstrate their commitment to fair-chance hiring, which instills trust among justice-impacted job seekers.

 
 

External Resources for Employers

We recommend employers take advantage of the SHRM certification “Getting Talent Back to Work”. It offers valuable information and advice about fair-chance hiring. It’s especially valuable for people in HR, Talent, and DEI roles within your organization - and it’s completely free.

 

The Second Chance Business Coalition includes some of the country’s biggest employers. The website includes resources that can both help you make the case for fair-chance employment, and to implement it well within your organization.