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1. Work history is 5 years, they will only verify that you worked there during the time you say. If they are unable to verify with the company you must provide proof. You can get W-2s easily from taxdocuments.com (there is a charge) 2. Criminal History is 7 years and this is done off of a SSN Trace. Hireright will not report anything past 7 years. 3. DWI/DUI will not affect you if it is not a driving job.
Amazon will allow you to work with them if you have no felonies within 7 years or one felony between 7 and 10 years old. More than one felony between 7 and 10 years is a deal breaker. A maximum of three misdemeanors within 10 years is allowed, any more than 3 misdemeanors within 10 years is a deal breaker.
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No background check! Denny's is an American diner chain that is known for being open 24 hours a day, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Known in some locations as "Denny's Diner", Denny's operates more than 1600 locations throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and a number of other countries. Most often located just adjacent to highways or on main thoroughfares, Denny's attracts customers young and old. First opened as Danny_s Donuts in 1954 in Lakewood, California, the name was changed to Denny's in 1959. Its popular 'Grand Slam' breakfast was introduced in 1977 and remains a popular menu item today.
The National HIRE Network is one of the premier outfits helping ex-offenders find gainful employment on the outs.
This section includes state-specific governmental agencies and community-based organizations to assist people with criminal records, practitioners, researchers, and policy makers. They may be of assistance in providing job-related and legal services, answering questions arising from having a criminal record, or offering referrals to other useful organizations.
Yes, you can work for the government if you are an ex-offender. Being an ex-offender does not prevent you from obtaining Federal Employment. OPM or the hiring agency considers your criminal conduct in determining your suitability but there are no general prohibitions against hiring you. We consider a number of relevant factors such as the duties of the positions you have applied for, the nature and recency of the misconduct, and any evidence of rehabilitation. Although there are no general prohibitions against employing you in the Federal Government, there are some regulations which will prohibit you from working in certain positions if you have a specific conviction.
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