Apply at one of these felon-friend companies in Cincinnati today!
It is tough to find a job in this economy, period. For persons with a criminal record, a job can seem unattainable. Here is a list of felon-friendly companies in the Cincinnati area. Most companies like for the felony or offense to be three to seven years old, but some companies assess cases individually. Here is an updated list of felon-friendly companies that deal with the hiring of felons, on a case by case basis.
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There are plenty of companies who offer job opportunities for felons, and although the companies listed above are known to hire felons, it is not guaranteed that all job opportunities listed are applicable. Check out their website, do the research and follow the application process like normal.
Here are 5 tips for job searching with a felony and an article on Job hunting with a felony conviction. Check out Jobs That Hire Felons, Jobs for Felons, and Jail to Job for felon-friendly lists of national companies that hire felons and lists of the industry’s most accepting of offenders. HowFelonsCanGetJobs.com is also a great blog to follow on the subject matter.
In some cases, it may be beneficial for offenders and felons to submit a letter of recommendation along with their resume. Successful Release gives tips on who a letter of recommendation can come from. Examples are religious leaders, prison staff, parole officers or former employers. The recommendation letter should highlight the best qualities of the applicant that relate to the job they are applying for, and how that person will be a good employee.
Once you have secured an interview with a company, it is a good idea to research the company, what they do, and what matters to them. When preparing for your interview, here are some Interview tips for ex-offenders to help you prepare for possible tough questions that may be asked. It is also important to dress appropriately and per the dress code of the company for the interview. Here are 4 common types of business attire and what they entail.
If there are any felon-friendly companies in the Greater Cincinnati Area that were not mentioned, but would like to be named on our list, please contact The Voice of Black Cincinnati!
Marissa Staples, Writer
The Voice of Black Cincinnati