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Employing Ex-Convicts

Once an ex-convict has been released from prison they embark on new trials and tribulations as it relates to reintegration into the community. These former inmates must make contact with their parole officers and provide a plan to where they're going to live and work. What does Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 dictate to employers in regards to considering an ex-convict for employment?

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Once an ex-convict has been released from prison they embark on new trials and tribulations as it relates to reintegration into the community. These former inmates must make contact with their parole officers and provide a plan to where they're going to live and work. Many individuals look to live with family, but the true challenge is finding employment as a convicted felon. Below we'll discuss what Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 dictates to employers in regards to considering an ex-convict for employment.

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