Ryan_Fitts_HR400-01_Unit_8

Ryan_Fitts_HR400-01_Unit_8 - U nit 8 1 Ryan Fit ts HR400-01...

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Ryan Fitts HR400-01 Dr. John Theodore March 26, 2011 1
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The result of the background check would influence my decision to hire this applicant. If he was honest during the interview and completed his application, revealing this past record, this would be beneficial to him in my evaluation. Also, how long has it been since he committed this crime of possession of illicit drugs. Another important matter did he complete a drug rehab program. I would have to consider this conviction in the overall context of the applicant's background, honesty, skills and abilities, compared to the requirements for this position. Since this job is not dealing with any type drugs like Walgreen, it should not be a problem if he has been totally rehabilitated. “Good workers are always in great demand, and you may find some excellent employees who have criminal backgrounds. Unless you have a legal reason you should not have a policy of excluding applicants with criminal records because it could leave you open to liability.”
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