If the application asks for any criminal history, and you lie about your history, you'll likely be fired for lying on the application if they find out.Answer
Yes. The employer wants to know about ANY felony.
No. It depends on the local laws. In most places, if the felony was over 10 years ago, you are not legally culpable to admit it on an application. Or if it was not drug related.
Also, almost no employer is actually going to do a background check on you. They are simply relying on your honesty.
No you dont
Did you get it straightened out? You still have to put the felony down on the application in order to have any possibility of being hired and keeping the job.
if the case was dismissed you were not convicted. you can truthfully answer no.
You would have to put that information on your application and explain your situation tot them.
If the application asks if you were ever CHARGED, no, you do not. HOWEVER - if the application asks if you were ever ARRESTED, if you were arrested for the alleged offense, you must answer yes.
yes it does matter what address you put on a job application, the address you put on a job application is supposed to be where you reside, no where else.
go to the job and ask for an application
yes Absolutely YES. If you lie, and your employer finds out you can be fired for falsifying your application. By lying, you are proving that you haven't changed your ways, or learned from your mistakes. Remember that your felony status is recorded at the Federal level (via NCIC and the FBI) Simple background investigations almost always query these or similar data banks. You may not get the job because you listed a felony, but you will almost always get fired for lying on an application. According to EEOC Compliance laws set by the U.S. Government, places of employment can ask if the applicant has been convicted of a felony and other information if the felony is job related. However, they cannot ask if the applicant has ever been arrested. (An arrest does not prove guilt.) Also they cannot ask for information regarding a conviction that is NOT job related.
I suppose you can, but you will not get the job.
If you have a felony of stalking by a bunch of people for a guy(when someone tells you as witness), tapping phones (when you get a confirmation about it), hacking and using all your accounts to send stupid mails to your contacts, ransacking your house (witness, finger-prints) and you are able to prove it then you have put it everywhere while applying.
No !!!! Lying on an application for a job can be grounds for immediate dismissal.
yes you do
N/A ~ means Not Applicable
You could put on the application that you were looking to expand your knowledge and broden your experience.
Put not negotiable.
Depends on the application. If it stipulates a time period then only within that time period. Example: Have you been convicted of a felony in the last 7 years? In the above example if you were convicted of a felony 5 years ago you have to answer yes. If you were convicted of a felony 10 years ago you can answer no. If the question asks "Have you ever been convicted of a felony?" and you have, reguardless of the amount of time that has passed, then you have to answer yes.
i wouldnt ....
I wouldn't put the reason on the job application. You can save this for the interview and only if asked for the reason why.