November 16, 2012

Gaining employment after a crime/criminal record

Gaining employment after a crime/criminal record by Criminal Law Contributor.

According to the following information from ESR news, “Employers are more and more aware of the importance of knowing if an applicant has a criminal record. Employers also have a legal duty to make reasonable inquiries about who they hire. They need to provide a safe workplace for all. If an employer hires a person with a criminal record, they can indeed be found liable for negligent hiring where the hiring decision results in harm. A simple criminal records check demonstrates Due Diligence, and is also an important preventative measure to protect against workplace violence”.

What are some steps you can take if you are one of the roughly 65 million people with a criminal record? First of all, be realistic Click here to read more>>>

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