Rich Trucking & Logistics recently announced that it has launched its “Get Back To Work” program for ex-cons and felons in which they have the ability to be trained to work as freight broker agents in the transportation industry.
RTL says it is selective on who it trains and approves to work as an authorized agent for the company. Each felon that is accepted into the program is screened, interviewed and evaluated on an individual basis. Agents are able to work from home in all 50 states.
The “Get Back To Work,” program aims to provide a source of work for inner-city communities across the nation, says Meca Rich, chief executive officer of Atlanta-based RTL. The program is about “understanding the importance of what it means to have a felon in the home working,” Rich says.
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