SHRM: Solving the Skills Gap Through Prison to Workforce Pipeline

What if I told you that right now business has the ability to solve today’s skills gap. Would you believe me? The fact is, we do. And it all starts with changing the way we think about, view and support people with criminal backgrounds. As the Chief Social Responsibility Officer for a company that trains and hires incarcerated women, I know this: if we broaden the lens we use to identify talent and future potential, we will enable our companies to flourish, build stronger communities and boost the economy. How amazing would these results be on a year-end performance review?

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