America’s labor shortage can be solved with “fair chance” or “second chance” hiring. People with criminal records have traditionally been overlooked as a talent pool, but thanks to national efforts more people with criminal records are given the opportunity to work than ever before. Companies and groups like J.P. Morgan Chase, the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), Business Roundtable, and the Second Chance Business Coalition, are just a few of the groups leading this effort.
Good hiring leads to better retention, lowering turnover costs and increasing productivity. However, many employers need help when it comes to hiring, retention and promotion of people with criminal records, or integrating them within the workplace.
Retaining Talent was designed to be that sourcing-to-retention solution for the business community.
Retaining Talent brings together dozens of experts under a single training, so businesses learn directly from the experts. This is accomplished through a combination of video and live trainings, kicked off by our Retaining Talent Documentary.