End Discrimination for the Homeless in the Workplace
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People that lack an address, aka homeless, are facing big time discrimination in the workplace and more needs to be done about it. If we want to see a difference in the community we live in, then helping those who are in need of jobs would really help the situation at hand. Discrimination is first done so in the job applications that require an address. Since homeless people don't have a home, they sometimes put the address of a local homeless shelter, but are immediately turned down once the employers realize their housing status. Employers deserve to know where the workers live, but only for the purpose of conducting a background check or in case of an emergency.Sign this petition if you believe that businesses should stop asking for addresses during the application process.
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