How to construct a fair chance hiring program

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Margie Lee-Johnson makes an astute case that in order for a business to champion D&I and bring society as a whole “closer to racial justice,” fair chance hiring must be an imperative of your recruiting mission. In Lee-Johnson’s summarization, “fair chance hiring mandates that employers only assess a candidate’s criminal record after the candidate has been interviewed and is considered qualified for a role.”

Similar to how Morgan Lobb detailed that the three pillars of Hiring Success “present opportunities to truly attract, select, and hire a diverse and inclusive workforce,” Margie Lee-Johnson documented four steps to incorporate while building

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