How Tech Firms Are Embracing Ex-Prisoners

How Tech Firms Are Embracing Ex-Prisoners

Fortune By Jennifer Alsever Richard Bronson made millions on Wall Street in the 1990s, but by 2005 he found himself destitute with no home and no money—and only his sister’s couch on which to sleep. No one would give him a job or even entertain the idea. “I tried to...
How Tech Firms Are Embracing Ex-Prisoners

As Labor Pool Shrinks, Prison Time Is Less of a Hiring Hurdle

The New York Times By Ben Casselman A rapidly tightening labor market is forcing companies across the country to consider workers they once would have turned away. That is providing opportunities to people who have long faced barriers to employment, such as criminal...
How Tech Firms Are Embracing Ex-Prisoners

Your Money, Your Goals: Focus on Reentry

This guide from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provides information to help social service providers, financial educators, legal aid, and community-based organizations address the unique financial challenges faced by people in the justice system, both before...