Hello, I just moved from Chicago and my background is activities in life enrichment with Alzheimer’s and dementia care I have over 15 years of experience, and I have been having some trouble and difficulty finding my path here in Nevada. If anyone can give me any advice or any leads my area code is 89119. I also am a survivor of domestic violence and travel with my eight year old daughter.
Attempting to obtain a remote work position ,my background has been in counseling,I'm a people person I enjoy assisting others.
I have a friend who worked for this company for a month. He was on probation and his felony was agreed to a misdemeanor but currently until his 2 year probabtion is over he has to deal with the felony on his record. The company he worked for didn’t say anything, neither did he. He quit his previous job and gave his 100 to the new one because it was everything he wanted to do. Well, after a month and a week they call him into the office to tell him his background check returned.…and they can’t employ him. Is This ok? Can companies hire you on, and than terminate you if they didn’t follow the normal protocol of background check first than offering the job? #termination #management #backgroundcheck #advice
Most states are "at will employers" which means they can fire an employee at will without cause. Also be aware that a company can fire you after 1 hour, 1 day or 1 week - if they so choose; so it doesn't matter that they fired him after only 1 month. He was hired and fired at the company's discretion which is their right and prerogative.
As far as the company not following protocol of the background check in the first place - your friend would have to prove that and then determine if there is any legal precedence - a process that could prove timely and costly. He should just move on and make sure that his background information is cleared before he embarks on his next employment venture. I wish him good luck.
I work for aerotek Tha fired me cause Tha say I was drinking mix drink on launch break
My most successful sale was one where I had to take over a customer from another salesperson who suddenly had to leave the company. I immediately contacted the client and let them know the situation and made sure to fill them in on my background so that they would be comfortable working with me. I did not say anything negative about my colleague because that would reflect badly on the company. I also explained that I had reviewed their file and was completely up to speed on their situation to date. I knew that my colleague was having a difficult time getting the client to commit to the purchase of a large motorhome. Part of the problem was circumstantial because the client was someone who did not act in haste. I was able to give the customer enough time to reflect on the purchase and because I was sensitive to their needs, I was ultimately able to close the sale.
What is it on a background check that would prevent me from getting this job