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Back to Business: How Hiring Formerly Incarcerated Job Seekers Benefits Your Company (2017)

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Trone Private Sector and Education Advisory Council (New York, NY).

"The report details the ways companies can combat the ills of decades of mass incarceration, while at the same tapping into the potential energy of a workforce of millions ... The report lays out how by reducing barriers to employment and implementing fair hiring practices, companies can better provide employment opportunities to formerly incarcerated people to the benefit of all.'

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