Timothy McNutt, director of the Criminal Justice and Employment Initiative at the Cornell ILR School, joins host Chris Wofford in studio to help us understand how we can address and correct barriers in employment for formerly incarcerated people.
Do you have a hiring strategy for people with a criminal record? Learn about the challenges and myths these non-traditional workers face when looking for employment, and discover technology-based solutions your organization can use to hire a more diverse workforce.
In this episode, Timothy McNutt, director of the Criminal Justice and Employment Initiative at the Cornell ILR School, explains the Yang-Tan Workability Incubator’s Restorative Record, a new tool to help employers and job seekers look beyond traditional résumés, cover letters and background reports that narrow talent pools.
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