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Returning to your community after serving time in the penal system is always challenging; especially when seeking employment.

In 1966 the U.S. Department of Labor established The Federal Bonding Program to provide Fidelity Bonds that guarantee honesty for “at-risk”, hard-to-place job seekers. The bonds cover the first six months of employment. There is no cost to the job applicant or the employer. In most states the bonds are made available through the state agency responsible for workforce matters.

The Federal Bonding Program is a partnership between the U. S. Department of Labor and The McLaughlin Company, an insurance brokerage firm, as agent for Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America.

For those working with young and adult offenders, does your program utilize Federal Bonding? 

Are there other items you use to support former offenders achieve gainful employment?

To find out more about the Federal Bonding Program, visit: http://bonds4jobs.com

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