What companys hire felony convictions in Ohio?
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The answer is no. Once you check that box "Ever been convicted of a felony" yes, you might as well just tear it up. I have a felony from over ten years ago...recently I had wo…rked for local retailer...and they liked my work so much they paid for management training and I was due to run my own store in a few weeks, but since I had marked no on my "felony" question (just so I could get in the door to put food on the table).So right before promotion time I told them about it, and only a month after that they decided to fire me for not telling them about the felony when I first applied. Despite how wonderful they thought my performance was, despite that I had proven I could be trusted with bank deposits, crew mgmt ..running their stores...they said policy was policy. According to them, Had I told them up front about the felony everything would have been ok...bs! So if you don't confess the felony upfront you will be fired, if you tell them about it up front you wont be hired...so what do you do? So I tried to do the right thing, I was up front with every application, yes I have a felony...10 years ago blah blah and after 60 applications and 40 interviews in Columbus Ohio and surrounding areas...nothing! Every interview is the same, they look nervous and cant wait to get you out the door. Always with the excuse "its policy" . The Government is the worst to try to get a job, not only will they not hire you, they will not cover companies with bond that do (example insurance sales..United Insurance Group...even though I would pay for my own training and license and work as an independent contractor..they cant hire me because some of the insurance they sell is Government based.. So..Here I sit as the bills continue to pile up and wonder what im supposed to do next...Yes I made a mistake..a stupid young kid mistake...fine, I paid for it with time and restitution...I PAID MY DEBT, and yet I still am being punished. I don't want pity I just want a job..that simple. So what am I supposed to do? How did I get Rehabilitated? Im worse off now then ever! Heck Im screwed really, I won't go sell drugs or anything else stupid because I don't want that kind of life, I really don't. However I really understand why people go back to that...sure its wrong but if you need food and nobody will give you a job...? I just want to work. Its funny how people say how they want crime and such to go down, but then when people get out and are ready to prove they can be productive in society..they get nothing but sterotypical responses. Columbus Ohio, is not a convicted felony friendly city, nor are most nowadays..regardless of their claims, once you get out of prison, you are on your own, and you have to survive somehow...question is how? One thing to note is, the prison population continues to skyrocket..its crazy and out of control, the cost is outrageous to house an inmate and due to state funds being cut, guess what? alot of these people are being released...what good is prison rehabilition if you never get the chance to prove it? All I can say is they need help, and if cities like Columbus Ohio don't help their own citizens get jobs then they will do what they have to do to survive, I have seen some of these guys and you don't want them running around in your neighborhood pissed off with no job. Its a stupid system and makes no sense to me. Once you are convicted of just one felony, you have really limited your options for future employement in anywhere, especially Cowardlumbus.
Use the Sources and Related links below for more information. The following companies are felony friendly Nationwide. These companies have not been verified to be felony fr…iendly and this listing is not all inclusive and does not guarantee that you will be hired. However, I have personal experience with a few of these companies and a few of my friends also have applied and got hired at some of these companies with felonies. ACE HARDWARE, ALAMO RENT-A-CAR, ALASKA AIRLINES, ALBERTSON'S, ALLIED VAN LINES, AMERICA WEST AIR, AMERICAN AIRLINES, AMERICAN GREETINGS, AM/PM, ANDERSON WINDOWS, APPLE, ASSOCIATED BUILDERS, AT&T, ARCO, ATLAS VAN LINES, AVIS RENT-A-CAR, AVON, BALLY'S, BANK TEMPS, BASKIN-ROBBINS, BEST FOOD, BEST WESTERN, B.F. GOODRICH, BIG LOTS, BLACK & DECKER, BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD, BRIDGESTONE, FIRESTONE, BRITISH AIRWAYS, BUDGET RENT-A-CAR, CALVIN KLEIN, CALLOWAY GOLF, CAMPBELLS, CANON, CARRIER A/C, CASIS INC., CIRCLE K, CIRCUIT CITY, COCA-COLA, COLDWELL BANKER, COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, COMPAQ, CON AGRA FOODS, DAIRY QUEEN, DAP PRODUCTS, DAVEY TREE SERVICE, DAV, DEL MONTE FOODS, DELTA AIRLINES, DELTA FAUCETS, DENNY'S, DIAL CORP., DOLE FOODS, DOLLAR RENT-A-CAR, DOMINO'S PIZZA, DOW BRANDS, DUNKIN' DONUTS, DUNLOP, DUPONT, DURACELL, EDDIE BAUER, EPSON, EXXON, FEDERAL EXPRESS, FRITO-LAY, FRUIT OF THE LOOM, FUJI PHOTOS, GALOOB TOYS, GE, GENERAL MILLS, GMAC, GEORGIA-PACIFIC, GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, HANES, HILTON HOTELS, HOME DEPOT, HUBBARD ENTERPRISES, IBM, INFOLINE, JOB OPTIONS, K-MART, KRAFT FOODS, LA TIMES, MACY'S, MANPOWER, LABOR READY, MCDONALD'S, MCI, MERVYN'S, MOBIL OIL, MOUNTAIN SHADOWS, MYTEE SHADOWS, NY TIMES, NEWSWEEK, NIKE, PACIFIC PRIDE BAKERY, PENNY SAVER, PEPSI, PHILLIP MORRIS, RALPH'S (KROGER), SBARRO'S, SDG&E, SEARS, SEA WORLD, SEVEN-UP INC., SHELL OIL, SHOWTIME PRESENTS, SONY, SOUTHWEST AIRLINES, SPRINT, STATER BROTHERS, TARGET, T.J. MAXX, TOY'S 'R' US, UNITED AIRLINES, UPPER DECK, UPS, USDA FOREST SERVICE, VERIZON, VON'S (SAFEWAY), WAL-MART, WESTFIELD STORES (MALL), WILD ANIMAL PARK, XEROX, YAMAHA, and ZENITH. Verizon is NOT felon friendly. UPS is NOT felon friendly. Most of those are NOT felon friendly. If you lie they might hire you, but not if you're honest. Go look at the job descriptions. They usually say must be able to pass background check.
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There are many companies that do not hire a person if they have afelony conviction. However, there are companies that will hire afelon. A person has to apply for jobs until th…ey find a companythat will hire them.
There are many companies that hire convicted felons in the state ofTexas such as Cintas, U-haul and the PepsiCo. The severity of thecrime and the time length that has passed w…ill ultimately help orstop the hiring process.
Some jobs are restricted in Florida for convicted felons until civil rights may be restored. Other jobs you might not hope to get, based on the type of employment and the offe…nse for which you were convicted. A link that may give you some good ideas is below, and there are additional links at that site.
To request the expungement of an offense from your STATE (not Federal) criminal record: You must have either been exonerated, acquited, or served the complete term of your sen…tence - then file a petition/motion with the court setting forth valid reason(s) why your request should be granted. A judge will review your petition and the circumstances of your case and issue a ruling either granting or denying the request. AN EXPUNGEMENT IS NOT A PARDON! Expungement only removes the record of your offense from being available to the public. Law enforcement, the courts, and government agencies will always have access to your actual 'true' record.. FELONS CONVICTED IN STATE COURT OF STATE CRIMES : If your request for expungement is granted and you are a resident of a state which completely or partially restores your "rights" (you will have to do your own esearch to learn if this applies to your state) , you will still remain subject to whatever restrictions your state laws place on you (e.g.- voting rights - elective office - firearms/ammunition possession - etc).. FEDERALLY CONVICTED FELONS - CAUTION: Regardless of what rights your state may restore, if you were convicted in FEDERAL COURT of a FEDERAL FELONY - it is a felony crime for a federally convicted felon to EVER own or possess a firearm. The U.S. Criminal Code, makes the penalty for illegal possession of a firearm a mandatory minimum of fifteen (15) years in prison in some cases (Title 18 U.S.C. sec 924(e)(1). At this time FEDERALLY convicted felons have no solution to their firearm disqualification. Congress has effectively eliminated the review of federally convicted felons' petitions for restoration of their firearms privileges, by denying funding for the purpose.
Yes. But there are a few that disqualify you though. Call the board and talk to Howard Warner for more information. Ohio prisons offer barbering and cosmetology to male and fe…male inmates.
Can a company not hire you for a non-convicted felony that happened over 10 years ago if they ask if you've had any in the last 7 years?
No because they asked about the past 7 years not the past 10.
This Comes strait off the Application: THE FOLLOWING PERSONS SHALL NOT PERFORM WORK ON GE PREMISES: A PERSON CONVICTED OF ANY FELONY, A PERSON CONVICTED OF A MISDEMEANOR …INVOLVING VIOLENCE OR DISHONESTY IN THE PAST SEVEN YEARS. A PERSON CONVICTED OF MORE THAN TWO MISDEMEANORS IN THE PAST TWO YEARS SHALL NOT PERFORM WORK ON GE PREMISES UNLESS OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED BY GE AVIATION GLOBAL SECURITY. GE MAY REQUIRE PERSONS, BEFORE ENTERING GE PREMISES, TO COMPLETE A CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE. IN THE EVENT THAT GE HAS GROUNDS TO BELIEVE THAT AN INDIVIDUAL HAS FALSIFIED THE CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE IN ANY WAY, SUCH PERSON SHALL NOT PERFORM WORK ON GE PREMISES. GE RESERVES THE RIGHT, AT ITS DISCRETION, TO REQUEST FROM THE INDIVIDUAL'S EMPLOYER DOCUMENTATION OF THE COMPLETION OF A CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS RECORDS INVESTIGATION FOR ANY EMPLOYEE ASSIGNED TO WORK ON GE'S PREMISES. THE EMPLOYERS FAILURE TO HAVE COMPLETED A CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS INVESTIGATION OF ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS CLAUSE SHALL BE GROUNDS FOR IMMEDIATE EXPULSION OF THE INDIVIDUAL FROM GE PREMISES AND GE SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE FOR DEFAULT ALL ORDERS. THE EMPLOYER SHALL INCLUDE THIS CLAUSE "DRUG TESTING AND SECURITY CHECKS" IN ANY SUBCONTRACT PLACED PURSUANT TO A GE ORDER WITH A SUBCONTRACTOR WHO WILL PERFORM WORK ON GE PREMISES.
It depends on what kind of job you're interested in, where you will be working, and who does the hiring (The USAF itself, or a civilian contractor).
In State Laws
Getting a conviction expunged does not restore your firearms rights. All it does is keep your conviction out of sight to the general public - you still remain a convicted felo…n, and thus may not own, possess, nor have access to firearms. This is federal law, and does not vary between states.
In Criminal Law
It doesn't go away. You get a felony (or misdemeanor) conviction on your adult record, it's on there for life. Even juvenile convictions don't simply go away - the records jus…t get sealed when you turn 18.
Yes but finding a job may be difficult
In Federal Laws
Check the below website to determine if you may qualify if you were convicted of a STATE felony offense. However, if you've been convicted of a FEDERAL offense, the state pr…ocedure will not help you. Currently there are no effective procedures in place to expunge federal offense..
In Job Search
It depends on the industry and the offense, but there are many small businesses that will hire someone with a background. I would suggest doing a search either online or in th…e phonebook for companies that do what you do and start making contact. The best way is through person-to-person visits, but phone is good. You don't want to mention this right up front but show your interest and learn more about the company. Then, when you have established report, you can go for the sale. If they know you and are comfortable with you, your chances increase. You will need to build relationships to get past the initial stigma. As far as companies, there are some great resources online if you do a Google search for felony job assistance there are websites dedicated to providing tips and also many keep lists of companies willing to work with people on their background issues.