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  • What can a former employer say to a prospective employer?

    I worked for a company (I'll call HI) for 3 years. I left when I had to go to jail for a Fraud I did 5 years earlier, involving another company. HI did a background check on me before hiring me and due to the fact that I had not been arrested, nor...

    Malcolm’s Answer

    To start with, the advice is good advice to the conviction. It may cause some opportunities to dissolve but you don't want it hanging over your head later as a possible reason to be terminated. There is nothing to stop you from contacting HI directly. Ask if there's something you can add to the knowledge of the facts. In this way you can show you are engaged and ready to to address any concerns,

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