Q&A: Second chance hiring for ex-cons with new technology

Every year, the U.S. economy loses over $80 billion in GDP from refusing to hire people with minor offenses or wrongful convictions. Tom Miller of ClearForce explains how technology can give potential employers piece of mind.

Recently JP Morgan hired 2,000 ex-convicts, as part of a “second chance hiring” movement sweeping the nation. In today’s tight U.S. labor market, with an unemployment rate at 3.6 percent, it’s getting harder for employers to find the right talent. According to Tom Miller, CEO of ClearForce, by utilizing unobtrusive, continuous discovery to spot suspicious behavior and red flags on an automated, ongoing basis employers can maintain their peace of mind, preserve the dignity of their employees, and still ensure safety in the workplace.Digital Journal spoke with Tom Miller to understand how continuous discovery technology can expand the hiring process for ex-cons and enhance an organization’s security. FULL ARTICLE

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