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Getting Back to Work

Getting Talent Back to Work Pledge

Nearly 1 in 3 American adults have a criminal record. Moving these individuals into the workforce can offer benefits to the employer. Research shows that employees with criminal records are often highly motivated to turn their lives around and reward employers with hard work and company loyalty.

Learn how businesses have taken the pledge to consider all qualified candidates.

Getting Talent Back to Work Pledge

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) announced the following businesses signed the Getting Talent Back to Work pledge, signaling a commitment to providing job opportunities to qualified people with criminal records:

Conco Construction

CKS Packaging

Cascade Engineering

Butterball Farms, Inc.

Checkr

Chicago Green Insulation

All-One!

Earle

Flint Hills Resources

Gallery Furniture

Genesis Health Clubs

Georgia-Pacific

Guardian Industries

Honest Jobs

I Have a Bean

INVISTA

JBM Packaging

The Johnson Group

KOCH

Korman Communities

Meador Staffing Services

Molex

Nehemiah Manufacturing Co.

Pacific Hospitality Group

Paper Transport, Inc.

Televerde

Uber

Zephyr Products, Inc.

70 Million Jobs

 

For more information about the pledge, visit the SHRM website here: Getting Talent Back to Work.