As the saying goes: “It takes a village to raise a child,” and when a parent — an integral part of that village — is incarcerated, life for these families becomes harder. There are more than 800,000 parents in federal and state prisons, and 92% are.
After speaking with us about the social importance of fair chance hiring, Jeff Korzenik, a long-time advocate of fair chance hiring and author of Untapped Talent: How Second Chance Hiring Works for Your Business and the Community, continued the.
In 2011, veteran criminal trial attorney John Koufos found himself in prison after a drunk driving arrest and saw firsthand the many challenges former inmates face as they re-enter society. Since his own release and re-integration, John has.
We are excited to introduce Appriss Insights’ new Sales Alliance Leader for Healthcare, Mike Reid! Mike has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare and joins Insights after working for leading organizations in the industry such as Pfizer and.
As the ‘Great Resignation’ sweeps the nation, filling the many new job openings has become a significant problem for employers. Finding qualified candidates who fit an organization’s unique culture is not always easy, and new strategies for finding.
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the vulnerabilities within our healthcare system, with bed shortages and a lack of life-saving equipment available when Americans needed them most. But there is another problem facing the healthcare industry: a staffing.
With the safety of employees and customers in mind, many employers are turning to unique and innovative ways to protect themselves against person-based risk. One such solution is continuous monitoring, which provides alerts immediately following.
There are over 7.8 million active criminal warrants in the United States on any given day. Over 1 million of these warrants are for felonies, and approximately 100,000 are for serious violent crime. Law enforcement agencies dedicate significant.
There was no shortage of significant obstacles facing CRAs in 2020. The social and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was widespread, including in the court research industry that is essential for background screening. As courts closed down or.