Checkr Webinar

What is Fair Chance Hiring and how can it support your company’s goals?

Live air date: Thursday, August 25th, 2022, 10am PT | 1pm ET

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In this hyper-competitive economy where companies struggle to identify strong candidates at all levels of their operations, those who tap into the qualified justice-impacted candidate pool will have the advantage. With 1 in 3 adult Americans having a criminal record, companies are missing out on over 70 million people* who don’t have fair access to living-wage work due to outdated hiring practices.

* National Conference of State Legislators (NCLS)

This is where fair chance hiring comes in. Fair chance hiring is built on the premise that everyone, regardless of their background, has the right to be fairly assessed for a role they are qualified for. These practices help businesses tap into a new talent pool and create opportunities for everyone to win.

Watch our 45-minute Checkr customer webinar to learn:

  • What fair chance hiring is and how it can support company goals
  • How to attract and build a talent pool of qualified candidates using Fair Chance Hiring
  • How to use Checkr’s tools and resources to support your compliance and fair chance hiring practices

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About Ken Oliver:

Ken is the Executive Director of Prior to Checkr, Ken was the Executive Director of the CROP Organization, a reentry service provider based in Oakland, CA. In 2021, Ken led an effort that resulted in a historic $28.5M investment from the State of California to develop the first residential and tech-centered workforce development program for formerly incarcerated people in the country.

After having spent 24 years himself in the labyrinth of California’s criminal justice system, more than 8 of which in solitary confinement, Ken emerged to become a certified paralegal and policy director for a public interest law firm. Ken’s passion and vision for social justice and the power of transformation have led him to become a sought-after leader and speaker on issues such as criminal justice reform, tech equity, personal leadership, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, the Governor’s future of work initiative. Ken serves on the Board of the San Mateo Community Colleges Foundation, Turning Basin Labs, and the Law and Social Justice Pathway Program for Oakland High School.

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