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www.howfelonscangetjobs.com/p/incredible-list-of-companies-that-hire.html

Get a job fast with this hot list of companies that hire ex-offenders and felons.

www.workplacefairness.org/criminal-records-workplace

Similarly, if an individual has a felony conviction on their criminal record, they are ... which are 'felon-friendly' employers and make it relatively easier to get a job ...

kalw.org/post/finding-work-ex-felons

Apr 4, 2013 ... Angel Barerra has a felony conviction. He thinks that's kept him from finding work. In order to give people like Barerra a better chance, some ...

www.in.gov/icrc/2635.htm

New Indiana laws aim to help ex-offenders find work ... as gives courts the power to convert a Class D felony conviction to a Class A misdemeanor upon petition.

womenforhire.com/career_obstacles/you_can_t_change_your_past

Finding a job with a stellar background isn't always a breeze, so it's no wonder that the process is all the more challenging when coupled with a felony conviction ...

www.fastcompany.com/40448610/its-hard-for-people-with-criminal-records-to-get-a-job-this-new-job-site-can-help

Aug 4, 2017 ... 70 million Americans have a criminal record, and often can't find work ... or not a conviction was for a minor crime like marijuana possession) ...

www.humanresourcesmba.net/lists/5-reasons-to-consider-hiring-a-convicted-felon

One of the reasons why a high percentage of convicted felons re-offend is that they invariably face huge barriers to finding gainful employment, jobs that pay a ...

www.thecalifornian.com/story/news/2017/12/22/california-ban-box-law-starting-2018-ex-felons-find-jobs-screening/954258001

Dec 22, 2017 ... California's 'ban the box' law to help ex-felons find jobs after release ... 1, people with felony convictions across Monterey County and the state ...

www.styleweekly.com/richmond/letter-why-should-felons-have-an-easier-job-search/Content?oid=1872442

Apr 9, 2013 ... City Council has recently passed legislation in an effort to make finding jobs easier for convicted felons. Shouldn't our elected officials be ...