Rubber recycling company gives ex-felons a second chanceRubber recycling company gives ex-felons a second chanceAt U.S. Rubber Recycling in Colton, Carlos Arceo works as a second shift manager. “This is my first job ever. I’ve never worked in my life,” Arceo said.The company recycles old California truck tires and turns them into products such as rubber flooring for home gyms. The company says its sales grew more than 60% in nine months last year.What You Need To KnowU.S. Rubber Recycling in Colton prides itself on hiring mostly ex-felons and veteransThe company has been doing it for decades but says it has especially helped them during the latest labor shortageThe company turns old California truck tires into rubber flooring for home gyms and saw major growth during the pandemicIt recently hired a psychiatric rehab counselor to help the ex-felons adjust to the working world and has seen less employee turnoverRead Our full story U.S. Rubber Recycling, Inc.2021-12-01T19:07:55-08:00December 1st, 2021|0 Comments Related Posts Fight labor shortages by hiring people with criminal records. Here’s how to start. April 10th, 2022| 0 Comments Second‑Chance Hiring Can Transform Your Business March 27th, 2022| 0 Comments U.S. Rubber employees thank local partners for supporting the company’s mission to change lives through second-chance hiring March 15th, 2022| 0 Comments Fueling Growth with a Second-Chance Workforce February 22nd, 2022| 0 Comments Justice Champion Spotlight: U.S. Rubber Recycling December 1st, 2021| 0 CommentsLeave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.