Can your employer find out anything about your military record with or without a signed waiver from you?
In my 8 years experience in Human Resources, specifically in the field of Recruiting/Staffing, I can testify to the fact that employers can only verify military service through a DD214. Of course through credit verification and address verification we can easily determine if falsification has been deliberatly given. But overall, the DD214 is the main source of verification.
Is it legal for an employer to tape record a conversation with an employee without his or her consent?
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yes... you can... but when a employer run your dmv record the ticket will show up. if you don't have anything excessive then you have nothing to worry about. Read More
probably, but when you turn 18-21 all of your juvenile records are destroyed Read More
They can find out if you are currently on active duty that is all that is available since 9-11 no military records of any kind are public record anymore besides the on duty status. Read More
If you have the employer's permission to record the conversation, yes. Otherwise, the laws vary from state to state regarding the circumstances in which it is or is not legal to record a conversation without the other person's knowledge or permission. Read More
email or call your New Mexico bar association if you want a reliable answer . Read More
What questions can a prospective employer legally ask a former employer for a reference check in maryland?
They can ask anything they wish, though there are some limits regarding status that could lead to discrimination. And answers by the former employer may be limited by various privacy statutes, but anything that is a matter of public record can be shared. Most former employers will only confirm the dates of employment and the position(s) held. Read More
If you have had adjudication withheld on a misdemeanor conviction does it show up on a background check done by an employer?
It can depend on how far back in your life the employer wishes to search, BUT if you were found anything else but 'charge dismissed', 'not guilty', or you were 'pardoned' - the record of your arrest and subsequent court action will appear on your criminal record. UNLESS it occurred prior to your 18th birdthday. Read More
It is illegal to record someone without their permission, so allegations can be made against the employer in a legal court and if witnesses can stand forward then the judicial system will take it from there, but other than that nothing can be done against the employer. As for the claim, it is illegal for a claim to be used as a reason for firing a person, and legal action can be taken if the… Read More
usually a form DD 214 (army) which shows enter & release date from military. job assignment, personal data i.e. date/place of birth. awards and decorations. assignments, etc Read More
A military discharge cant be removed from your record Read More
It is legal for the employer to do so. It is not illegal for the employee to do so, but can violate employer policies, jeopardizing your job. Read More
Whatever he wants to consider a clean driving record. Read More
What information is a past employer allowed to give a prospective employer in the state of Missouri?
A past employer may give a prospective employer an overview of the employee's employment record. They can give their opinion about the employee's character. Read More
in this case normally i would say itunes but since you don't want to download anything... i suggest that you record stuff with the iPod's camera assuming you have a 4g, that's the only way to have videos without downloading anything! Read More
no and why in the world do you need to know that Read More
That would be the decision of the employer of the lifeguard. Read More
Current liabilities. Read More
They can look at your entire record. Read More
only if it is public record Read More
If charged with a minor crime and charges were then dropped will I still have a record that I need to report on job applications?
No, if charges were dropped without trial then you should have a clean record. Talk to your local station and ask to see your record to be sure there isn't anything there. Read More
If you were fired because the employer said you have a misdemeanor on your record that does not exist can you sue?
Talk to an attorney. You need to prove that the employer acted improperly or with malice. Read More
A misdemeanor will always be on your record. What matters is how far back an employer decides to look on your record. Read More
A bad driving record might stop an employer from offering someone a job if the job involved driving. Also, if the driving record revealed a pattern of serious infractions such as multiple DUI's or suspensions, this might give the employer concern about the person's reliability. Read More
Then they are gone. Now you have a chance to keep your life going without having anything on your record like a drug charge. Read More
In the UK the employer must record all accident details. However, it is up to the employee or witnesses to report it to the employer. Read More
Yes , but if your employer finds out it will be grounds for termination . Read More
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yes the can refuse anybody who has had a criminal record Read More
check at a military recruitment office Read More
It takes 4 years to be removed from your driving record in NY State, but an employer can go back and look at your record for 10 years. Read More
Basically, it depends on whether the prospective employer will hire you. Read More
firefighters are like being in the military..you must have and keep a clean record Read More
No you can't. You have to have a clean record. SORRY. Read More
Propellerheads' Record can be used without Reason. Read More
An employer can hire or not hire based on almost any criteria they choose, as long as it does not violate any discrimination law. Read More
There is no limit set by law on how far back a prospective employer can look into your criminal history - EXCEPT - a civilian employer cannot access your juvenile record. Read More
Since the only "record" it would appear on would be your employer's own files, as long as your employer likes; quite probably for at least the entire duration of your employment. If this is a real concern for you, you should ask your employer. Any employer with any degree of sense will not share their files with anyone... for the most part, all they will do if contacted by a potential employer is verify that… Read More
How long does an employer have to keep w-4 forms for their staff on record? I was told 10 years, and I was told as long as they are employed there Read More
Yes if the work required is sensitive enough. Read More
Unable to answer this question. It ALL depends on how your employer feels about your criminal record - IF - they bother to check it. Read More
Yes. The record does not automatically 'disappear' or become expunged after that length of time. Read More
Unless you have some very unusual and specific language in an employment contract, I would say no. However, most court papers are public record and they may be able to obtain them directly from the court without any reason at all. You may want to ask your divorce attorney before denying them to your employer. Read More
No but it is recorded Read More
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