GJP mentioned in the Daily Report in an Article Discussing Employers Hiring People with a Criminal History

“Many Georgia employers impose blanket bans on hiring or even interviewing individuals who have a criminal history, including records of arrest that did not result in conviction,” GJP states on its website. “Such blanket bans violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a fact that was recently reiterated by the EEOC when it issued a revised guidance for employers on using criminal history information in making employment decisions.”

See the full article here:  Daily Report Article “Lawyers Say Lawsuit Protection May Not Spur Hiring of Ex-Offenders”