by Ashe McGovern -- Guest Contributor Nov 10, 2015
Because of employment discrimination and criminal targeting, LGBT people stand to benefit from new hiring reforms.
by Carimah Townes Nov 2, 2015
"President Obama's steps to ban-the-box means that more qualified jobseekers will have the chance to find jobs, support their families, and pay taxes."
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 31, 2015
In response to cries of “Black lives matter” from a group of demonstrators who interrupted the rally, Clinton said, “Yes, yes they do.”
by Alan Pyke Jul 31, 2015
"Let him give us the kind of support that he knows, but for the grace of God, he would need himself.”
by Zack Ford May 13, 2015
A new substitute bill introduced in committee this week would take a superlaser to all of Michigan's local employment protections.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 3, 2015
A wave of states and private companies have passed "ban the box" laws to help more workers with criminal records find employment and reintegrate into society.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Apr 18, 2014
The bill passed with "little fanfare," said a spokesperson for the Governor.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Feb 13, 2014
In 2003, a group of former prisoners asked themselves how they could improve their lives. They started a movement.
by Bryce Covert Dec 28, 2013
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban employers from looking into criminal histories until applicants get a chance to prove themselves.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Nov 12, 2013
The 'ban the box' law would give applicants with a felony a chance to explain their past, by eliminating the criminal history check box on job applications.