Being a Clean Sheet Employer simply means that when you have a vacancy for a volunteer, trainee or employee, you will actively consider an application from a Clean Sheet member, assessing their suitability for the role equally with other candidates.
This is the third step on our 3-step pathway from prison to employment.
Within the Clean Sheet Employers Directory, your chosen contact details will be made available to Clean Sheet members thorough a secure log in. They will know that, if you have a vacancy, they can disclose their criminal record in the confidence that it will not automatically exclude them from the recruitment process.
Look beyond the stereotype and you could find a loyal, hard-working and fully engaged employee, who is just right for your organisation.
There is growing evidence to support a sound business case for implementing a recruitment policy that includes people with convictions. For in-depth analysis please download our Employer Guide here.
There are a number of benefits to becoming a Clean Sheet employer. Please download our Employer Guide here.
Everything you need to know about employing people with convictions safely and fairly – A Guide from NACRO and the CIPD HERE
Recruit! is a website that supports UK employers to recruit people with convictions and helps them to deal with criminal records fairly.