Formerly incarcerated individuals are genuinely grateful when an employer extends an opportunity for them to become productive members of society and they often become some of their most loyal, long-term employee
When an ex-offender obtains legitimate paying work, they’re far less likely to return to a life of crime, and that's good for all of us.
ensure that an ex-offender stays on the straight and narrow and becomes a contributing member of any community.
Nelson bermudez, Business Consultant
Employing ex-offenders can be an attractive option for your business to consider with financial incentives and programs that can reduce expenses and benefit your company .
This incentive program offers a business insurance policy at no cost that insures and protects the employer from theft, forgery, larceny and embezzlement by the bonded employee.
The employer can receive a federal tax credit of up to $9,600 for each new employee hired from certain target groups who have faced significant barriers to employment, such as ex-offenders.
A business may recoup up to 75% of the wages paid to each participant over several months for providing occupational training.
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