Ban the Box

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After becoming a Ban the Box employer, Ricoh has followed in the footsteps of other Reducing Reoffending through Employment Network members to open a Digital Training Academy at HMP Onley.
By increasing employment opportunities for people with criminal convictions businesses can tap into a diverse talent pool and help to stop the cycle of reoffending.
Building on their commitment to Ban the Box, international construction and support services group Interserve is supporting young offenders to gain employment on their release from HMP Brinsford through a Facilities Management Academy.
Read the BITC member-only summary of the breakout session 'From welfare to work: understanding the changing policy landscape' from Business in the Community's Employment Summit 2016.
Business in the Community's Employment Summit will help business leaders and practioners navigate the changing employment landscape as responsible employers.
On 15 September we held the latest in our series of How to Ban the Box webinars. The webinar highlighted the importance of Ban the Box from the perspective of the employer, the campaigner, and the job-seeker.