I have a great job opportunity that I have applied for and the job is basically mine. My main concern is that I have to be fingerprinted. I have some charges that stem from 17-25 years ago. I have never been denied employment because of my infractions. I have never lied on my application and have always been forthcoming.
I am up for a director position this time; in the past, I had managerial positions and it still was not a problem. However, I have never been fingerprinted before. The incidents are completely unrelated to the business. Can you provide some insight about what my chances may be?
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Employment background check is important for every organization…
Its important for organizations to do a background check. No body wants to employ people with shady characters
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