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A Ban the Box Success Story: Durham, North Carolina

October 09 2014
October 09 2014

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Featured on Policylink's most recent newsletter, the following story demonstrates how an equitable hiring practice such as Ban the Box works to increase hiring of persons with criminal records.

The Fair Chance Employment in Alameda County project, funded by Innovations in Reentry, seeks to support and encourage employers to enact similar equitable hiring practices.  Click here for the full story from Policylink.

 


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saifejwef

November 23, 2015 12:01 PM

Just about every broker or agent has their own style. Some are extroverts, some are more laidback. Some are fun and flamboyant, some are cool, calm, and collected.

 

In the course of my career, I’ve been lucky to meet or interview hundreds of Realtors and I have a huge respect for them. Many of the agents I have connected with have large offices and do huge amounts of business.

 

So what makes a successful agent?

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