Why hire from Working Chance?
A conviction is no legal barrier to offering someone a job. When you employ a Working Chance candidate, it’s good to know that:
- People with convictions are more reliable and stay longer in their jobs than anyone else, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
- Employees are proud to work for organisations that help people get back on their feet: Marks and Spencer reported that hiring people with convictions increased morale and motivation among staff.
- You are demonstrating your commitment to workplace diversity, challenging prejudice and creating great opportunities for positive media coverage
- You’ve kept a woman out of prison, transformed her children’s lives, increased their achievement at school and helped to break the intergenerational cycle of deprivation and crime.