Managing a Job Retention Program for Ex-Offenders
Managing a Job Retention Program for Ex-Offenders
One of the primary reasons for recidivism is the offenders inability to find and maintain work upon their release. Managing a Job Retention Program provides practitioners with a blue print for creating programs which will help offenders retain employment. The programs within this resource are time- and cost-effective. The book is broken down into four sections. The first documents the need for programs to decrease ex-offender crime, which can occur through increased job retention. The second section presents a generalized model that sets forth directions and guidelines for developing delivery system models to achieve ex-offender job retention. Part Three presents guidelines for implementing the delivery systems. The final portion of the book provides conclusions and a discussion.

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