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Developed by the National Employment Law Project, this report focuses on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background checks. It found that ne...
Counties and local workforce development boards (WDBs) cooperate to provide workforce training services and assistance to residents, including adults ...
More than 150 cities and counties and 34 states and Washington, DC, have adopted ban-the-box policies, which remove questions about criminal history f...
This report from the Urban Institute examines criminal background checks as a significant collateral consequence for people in the justice system and ...
This report from CLASP highlights the strong connections between education, jobs, and criminal justice. Reconnecting Justice emphasizes the full scope...
This report from the Urban Institute examines the collateral consequences of criminal background checks on job opportunities. Using Washington, DC, as...
This report from the Urban Institute highlights Colorado's Work and Gain Education and Employment Skills (WAGEES) program, which represents one of the...
Job applicants with criminal records are much less likely than those without them to obtain legitimate employment. Recent efforts to address this prob...
Many localities have in recent years regulated the use of questions about criminal history in hiring, or “banned the box.” This publication, from AEI,...
This report from the Center for American Progress proposes building a new future-proof Workforce Equity Trust Fund (WETF) that will enshrine fundament...