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SHRM, the world's largest HR association, recently published an article which discussed the results of a June study conducted by researchers from the University of South Florida that pinpointed what most employers require from job candidates with a criminal record, making them more employable than those without. 

The study reinforced the need for government agencies to continue investing in programs that offer education, skills training, and other benefits that help reduce the likelihood of someone becoming a repeat offender. Our Re-entry Employment Executive, Richard Boone, said, "Providing these individuals with the hard and soft skills needed for success oftentimes doesn't help break the stigma employers have toward individuals with criminal records".

Click here to read the full SHRM article.

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