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I started noticing then following GoodHire a while ago because they were publishing about the need to give ex-offenders a second chance. I loved their voice on employment discrimination and the ex-offenders reentering the workforce. If you have been listening to this podcast for awhile, you know I champion the “Ban The Box” campaign—very related to how GoodHire is helping ex-offenders having a second chance. More than 30,000 employers rely on their skilled compliance experts, helpful US-based customer service reps, and customizable technology to build teams based on trust, safety, and fairness.
Matthew Monahan is the CEO of GoodHire. l would love to hear your thoughts about this episode in one of three ways:
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- Matthew Monahan founded GoodHire with his brother Brian. For the last ten years, GoodHire has been helping job seekers with knowing what employers see on their background checks. The ex-offender especially benefits because they can add a personal narrative to their results. Unlike most company’s background checks, this humanizes the process.
- Here are a few of our talking points:
- Matthew explained that GoodHire’s mission is to build trust between job seekers and employers
- Good Hires focuses much of their attention on the job seeker
- Services are free to job seekers, give them a sense of empowerment by making background screens to job seekers
- Unique features are available to job seekers to annotate their background check
- Job seekers can see what employers can see and provide an explanation for the employer
- GoodHire’s “True Me” feature adds humanity to the background. Opposite of most companies conducts where the process is automated
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