Studies have shown that getting an ex-offender a steady job reduces the likelihood that the ex-offender will return to prison. Unfortunately, that is easier said than done, as ex-offenders often have many roadblocks that make it difficult for even the most diligent and earnest job seekers to find a job. However, the ex-offender who reads and studies this manual will receive practical information that will help increase the odds of finding employment. Information about beating frustration, organizing for a job search, and even where to look for available positions will help the ex-offender overcome the obstacles to steady employment. CORM uses this manual as part of its job readiness courses for ex-offenders.An employer is required to reasonably accommodate the religious belief of an employee or prospective employee, unless ... to workplace conditions that create a hostile environment for persons of either gender, including same sex harassment. ... For information on the FMLA, or to file an FMLA complaint, individuals should contact the nearest office of the Wage and Hour Division, Employment Standardsanbsp;...
|Title||:||I Need A J-O-B! the Ex-Offender's Job Search Manual|
|Author||:||Louis N. Jones|
|Publisher||:||Conquest Books - 2005-05|