Being convicted in prison is tough, mentally, physically and spiritually. But once a person is released from prison, life becomes harder. The society is still not very open-minded about felons. In fact, despite all the proposals and existing schemes for social reintroduction, felons find it hard to find a job. But all is not lost, there are several companies that give the felons the turning point they are looking for.
Overview & Employment Opportunities
Walmart Stores, Inc. headquartered in Arkansas, is spread all across the USA and the rest of the world. The retail corporation has a chain of stores that deal with hypermarkets, discount stores as well as grocery stores. The company has revenue of 485.87 billion US Dollars as of 2016. Out of the 2.3 million employees in the world, there are 1.4 million of them working in the USA. It deals with products ranging from electronics and movies to art and craft supplies and grocery. The company’s website always shows invitation to new potential employees.
As of 2016, the hourly rates for a part-time employee is $10 and for a full-time employee, it is rough $13. Apart from these, it has a job for you no matter what you are doing. You could be a software engineer, a project manager or even as a department manager, earning anything between $350,000 to $20,000,000 or even more. But despite the high paycheck jobs, Walmart is something more. The employee benefits include everything from free transport to free food as well as employee discounts and 401K plans.
Walmart hires felons whom it does not consider as violent. Theft and forgery cases may also be rejected. But almost all other convicted felons can find a start at the company.
Find jobs and apply at http://corporate.walmart.com/