Jobs For Felons – Companies That Hire Felons

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Finding jobs for felons is one of the most important and difficult tasks once you have been released. Every company has a different stance when it comes to providing jobs for felons and it can be difficult and very time consuming to discover a companies policy.

This list is meant to be used to help identify employers that are more open to hiring those who have a record and provide guidance on how to best approach them.
Below is a list of companies that we have personally contacted for information regarding jobs for felons. This is not a list that was copied from other sources. We contacted each company to get answers to the following questions:

  • What is the companies policy for providing jobs for felons
  • Has the company hired former felons in the past
  • Does the company have a special program to provide jobs for felons
  • Who makes the hiring decisions
  • What is the best way to secure a position with the company
  • Hiring locations
  • Hiring website links

This list will be continuously updated as we contact more and more employers. If you know of a company that provides jobs for felons and should be added to the list please leave a comment below or email the information.

Where To Find Jobs For Felons

*Click on the company link for full hiring information*

Nation Wide Employers

Ace Hardware

ACME Markets


American Express

Baskin Robbins


Buffalo Wild Wings

Casey’s General Store

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Computer Task Group (CTG)

Dairy Queen


Dollar Car Rental

Domino’s Pizza

Dunkin’ Donuts

Eastridge Group Staffing

General Mills

Golden Corral

Hertz Rent-A-Car

Hill Brothers Transportation

Hunt Transportation

Intel Corporation

Integrity Staffing

Jewel-Osco Supermarkets

Magnum Logistics

McKelvey Trucking

Melton Trucking

Men’s Wearhouse

National Carrier

Oasis Outsourcing

Onin Group Staffing

Orange Julius

Panera Bread

Perkins Restaurant

Robert Half Staffing

Shaw’s Supermarket



Thrifty Car Rental

Tim Hortons

Veritude Staffing

California Employers

Berkeley Labs

Marie Callender’s

Delaware Employers

Concord Pet

Illinois Employers

Alton & Southern Railway Company

Maryland Employers

Concord Pet

Massachusetts Employers

Star Market

Missouri Employers

Alton & Southern Railway Company

New Jersey Employers

Concord Pet

Pennsylvania Employers

Concord Pet

Texas Employers

United Supermarkets


  1. By Kandi Posted on December 22, 2014

    Awesome content you post here!

  2. By PatriciaKt web traffic guru Posted on January 14, 2015

    There’s definately a great deal to know about this topic. I love all of the points you’ve made.

  3. By trina Posted on March 27, 2015

    Not enough information…

  4. By Tod Posted on September 24, 2015

    I like that you do more than publish a list. You contact the company and ask specific questions. However, one of the companies you list is Veritude Staffing. Yet when I look at the details, the employer all but says they do not hire felons. They basically say that it would be unlikely that they’d ever hire a felon. I think the list would have more integrity if companies with this kind of attitude toward felony applicants were not lists.

  5. By Jonathan Palumbo Posted on November 17, 2016

    I think any information that is posted pertaining to this topic is very helpful! I am personally a felon who has just been released from prison in July of this year, so far i have yet to find a job that will hire me, i’ve been turned down numerous times and it gets very discouraging! I dont give up and i put in atleast 10-15 apps every week.. Please keep posting information to help people like myself, it is much appreciated!! thank you!

  6. By anonymous Posted on March 18, 2017

    When applying for a job either skip the question about felonies or simply put will explain in interview. Then after the interview, when you call to follow up ask them if it was the felony that is the reason they won’t hire you. If it is ask to get that in writing, then you can prove to the judge that your trying but being on probation isn’t helping and ask for termination of probation. Either way you can’t lose.

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