Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 5
Page No. 332 - 340

Prison Labor, Employment Inclusion for Ex-Prisoner Laborers and CSR

Authors : Florina Guadalupe Arredondo Trapero, Jose Carlos Vazquez Parra, Cynthia Carino Hernandez and Maria de Lourdes Francke Ramm

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze prison labor for those deprived of freedom as well as ex-prisoners who enter the labor market, taking as a case study a company that accepts them as part of its social responsibility strategy. Through in-depth interviews, the relationships among the company, the NGO, the prison and the ex-prisoner are identified. Based on qualitative data, the advantages and disadvantages of this program are analyzed by incorporating prisoners as part of the prison system as well as ex-prisoners who are integrated into the company’s working life as part of a reintegration program. Finally, considerations are shared to carry out these programs.

How to cite this article:

Florina Guadalupe Arredondo Trapero, Jose Carlos Vazquez Parra, Cynthia Carino Hernandez and Maria de Lourdes Francke Ramm, 2018. Prison Labor, Employment Inclusion for Ex-Prisoner Laborers and CSR. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 332-340.

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