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Offender employment

Employment Retention Inventory Explores the Predictive Factors of Job Loss: Research Project

This fact sheet covers the Employment Retention Inventory (ERI) that assists justice-involved individuals secure and maintain long-term employment.

The Employer-Driven Model and Toolkit: Strategies for Developing Employment Opportunities for Justice-Involved Individuals: Prepare Job Seekers for Employment

This publication will explain how to use tools and proven strategies that can greatly increase post-release success of justice-involved individuals.

The Employer-Driven Model and Toolkit: Strategies for Developing Employment Opportunities for Justice-Involved Individuals: Engage and Partner with Stakeholders

This publication explains how offender employment specialists can creates partnerships with other organizations that work with ex-offenders. 

The Employer-Driven Model and Toolkit: Strategies for Developing Employment Opportunities for Justice-Involved Individuals: Use Labor Market Information to Target High-Growth Occupations

This publication will explain how employment practitioners can be familiar with labor market information resources, and how to interpret the data.

Supported Employment for Justice-Involved People with Mental Illness

This publication covers the IPS Model of Supported Employment for justice-involved people.

Best Practice Standards: The Proper Use of Criminal Records in Hiring

These Standards will help employers to find those applicants who will contribute most to the productivity of the organization.

Executive Summary: Research Supporting Employment as an Important Component of Evidence-Based Practice

This document briefly reviews the strong link between offender employment and recidivism.

Labor Market Information Worksheet

This worksheet helps a person to determine whether the job they want to get is right for them.

Implementing Apprenticeships: A Transitional Approach with Offenders (Pre-plea to Release from Supervision)

This document highlights the roles of and activities performed by six federal agencies in the provision of apprenticeships for federal offenders.

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