Please join Right on Crime for an important conversation about the importance of Second Chance Hiring.
Labor shortage? Supply chain chaos? Businesses around the nation face workforce shortages and often fail to retain the people they hire. In Kentucky, there are more than 167,000 more job openings than there are people applying. Meanwhile, there are millions of formerly incarcerated Americans who have served their time yet struggle to find stable employment upon reentry.
Our Kentucky Employer Engagement Forum will tap into the resources and incentives of Second Chance Hiring. Learn about the federal tax credits, free bonding programs, and other employer resources as you connect and engage with public agencies and non-profits already making reentry a reality in Kentucky.
Supporting Kentucky businesses, reducing recidivism, lowering taxpayer costs, and making communities safer are all possible through second-chance hiring. These issues take a toll on Kentucky families and the economy. Successful reentry programs and resources bridge gaps to create opportunities for dependable and engaged employees. Join us for The Dollars & Sense of Second Chance Hiring in Kentucky.
Please RSVP for complimentary snacks and refreshments to discuss the important role of the business community in public safety and the value of second chances in restoring Kentucky’s criminal justice system.
This course qualifies for 2 SHRM PDC hours.
Media, please contact Tonya Kerr, Right on Crime Communications Director at [email protected].