A recent article in Bon Appétit offered a valuable look at ways in which some restaurant industry employers are using socially-conscious hiring practices to do empower their communities. One major impact the industry is having is on recidivism — the cycle of justice-involved people who are re-arrested.
If criminal justice reform is to succeed in New York, it’s going to require more people with the passionate commitment of Omar Jackson. At first glance, criminal justice reform appears to be a winner. The jail population in the city has been declining steadily, from around 11,700 in 2013 to just under 7,200 as of September 2019.
Discs of dough were flying as GOSO Guys, joined by volunteers from Deloitte and Debevoise & Plimpton, learned how to make the perfect New York
Aleta Maxwell, chief human resources officer at the New York-based chain Dos Toros, said her company has had considerable success in hiring workers through Getting Out and Staying Out, or GOSO, a New York-based organization that seeks to find gainful employment for young men who have had run-ins with the law.
An Organization Paves a Path Out of Rikers Island and Into the Job Market By Sean Piccoli / December 11, 2016 At 19, Michael Vanleuvan
This week, our Guys enjoyed a nutrition lesson from Angela Rivera, a.k.a. the Healthy Chef Lady. After sharing her tips on healthy eating habits, Chef Rivera