How Does This Service Work?
Simple. Hard2Hire has created a huge database of job postings from progressive employers willing to offer people who've made mistakes earlier in life a second chance. We match these job postings with your skill set and record. This process matches you only with employers that will seriously consider your application, saving you time and effort. Private sector and government job openings are available in your area now!
What Other Benefits Does H2H Offer?
As a Hard2Hire Jobseeker you will have access to personal improvement tools from resume writing, job interview skills and educational opportunities. Also, H2H will review your case history to see if you are eligible to have your record cleared! H2H even offers grants to qualified applicants to help them clear their criminal records using service partners specializing in clemency, expungement and sealing of criminal records.
H2H Job Tags
The H2H Job Tags are icons that appear on the search results page next to each listing. They represent the criminal record hiring criteria commonly used by employers in that industry when screening candidates. For each job that matches your search parameters up to three letters will appear next to the listing. These letters represent what is typically acceptable to an employer in that industry for that position. A number next to a letter represents the minimum number of years since conviction that must have passed in order to be considered for the position. For positions rated as NR, we have not gathered enough information to create either an industry-wide rating or an employer-specific rating.
|H2H Job Tags|
The position is open to those with felony offenses.
Position is open to those with misdemeanors.
A DUI conviction or arrest is acceptable for this position.
Candidates currently on probation are welcome to apply.
Any time you find a number after a job tag, the employer will consider candidates only if it has been that number of years since the conviction. So in the case of F6, it simply means that the employer will accept a Felony if it has been at least 6 years since the candidate’s conviction
|No Criminal Record||
A criminal record of any kind is not acceptable for this position.
|Not yet rated||
Criminal record qualification information on this position has not yet been provided by employer.