fl is an at-will employment state. i'd say that if your employment manual doesn't require you to disclose it, keep it quiet until it's resolved.
Your employer has the right to run a criminal background check on all employees. Some will exclude an applicant or discharge an employee for the use of drugs. Get a criminal defense attorney to see if this conviction is expungement eligible, if FL has an expungement/seal law that applies.
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Unless your employment agreement or manual specifically requires you to disclose criminal arrests that occur while you are employed by the bank, I do not believe you have any legal obligation to make them aware of it.
Hi. It's a good news / bad news situation: bad news is that employers can fire people pretty easily here in Fla. (which is an At Will state). Good news: it does not sound like you have been found 'guilty' yet, and can still fight the case. Feel free to give me a call to discuss the facts underlying your arrest, because you may have some valid legal defenses.