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26-Oct-2017 09:25

He’s now using his middle name instead of his first name, but without a doubt is my co-worker.I can’t believe that my company would hire such a person.has zero tolerance against illegal pornography: All texts, images and videos on this website are provided by 2257-compliant companies.All external links are regurarly checked to not contain any illegal material or links: Please report any bad link here. I inadvertently found out while doing a search of local registered sex offenders in my area that a very friendly and polite older gentlemen who recently began to work at my company is a registered sex offender for possession of child pornography.

I work for a very large company that has multiple offices in nearly every state that outsources all preemployment paperwork and background checks to an outside firm on the other side of the U. I was hired about three months ago and know for a fact that none of my references or former companies were contacted.It’s also possible that you live in one of the small number of states that prohibit employers from not hiring someone because of a criminal record unless there’s a direct correlation between the crime and the job.There are a ton of factors here, but ultimately, unless you have reason to think that someone is in danger, I don’t think it’s your place to say anything.Ultimately, I don’t think you should say anything, but I can understand why you’re struggling with this.On one hand, I firmly believe that refusing to hire people with criminal convictions in their past is a good way to ensure that those people never get assimilated back into society, increasing the chances that they’ll offend again.

I work for a very large company that has multiple offices in nearly every state that outsources all preemployment paperwork and background checks to an outside firm on the other side of the U. I was hired about three months ago and know for a fact that none of my references or former companies were contacted.

It’s also possible that you live in one of the small number of states that prohibit employers from not hiring someone because of a criminal record unless there’s a direct correlation between the crime and the job.

There are a ton of factors here, but ultimately, unless you have reason to think that someone is in danger, I don’t think it’s your place to say anything.

Ultimately, I don’t think you should say anything, but I can understand why you’re struggling with this.

On one hand, I firmly believe that refusing to hire people with criminal convictions in their past is a good way to ensure that those people never get assimilated back into society, increasing the chances that they’ll offend again.

It’s also possible that the background check doesn’t include criminal records and so your company’s management doesn’t know anything about it.