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With the current state of the labor market, justice-involved individuals could be the saving grace for employers struggling to fill open roles.
Brian Matthews is Senior Vice President and General Manager of Insights, an Equifax company. Insights is a division of Workforce Solutions, Equifax’s largest and fastest-growing business unit.
Abbey Carlton, Indeed’s head of social impact, said that she thinks the difficult hiring situation amid the pandemic might have resulted in some employers being more willing to hire formerly incarcerated Americans.
With no end in sight for the labor shortage, now is the time for employers to consider hiring applicants with a conviction by implementing fair-chance hiring.
One flower at a time, the gardens at Greenhouse 17 are providing an oasis, nurturing survivors of intimate partner abuse.
Brian Matthews, former president of Appriss Insights, is now senior vice president and general manager of the Louisville-based division of Equifax Workforce Solutions.
To mitigate company risk, keep their workforces safe, and still hire efficiently, employers should use a comprehensive continuous monitoring system to keep them up to date in real time on any problems that may arise.