Bondable - He wants to know if you can be trusted to deliver money or valuables. Traffic violations - He wants to know if you can be trusted driving a company vehicle. Bankrupt - I don't think he is normally allowed to ask this. But it might be a condition of bondability. It might also be that someone is trying to garnish your wages illegally. If you have declared bankruptcy, that attempt is illegal if the bankruptcy discharged the debt. This is a scam unscrupulous creditors often try.
If the employer accepts your application, he or she will call you. You do not have to call, and I would advise against it.
Ethical violations are actions and behaviors that violate the ethics code of a company or organization. Violations can include calling in sick when you are not sick, taking credit for another person's work, employer intimidation, and mishandling client funds.
You can not get one as an individual, you employer (or prospective employer) will have to provide one for you.
Then you must apologize to the employer, and hope that he will still accept you.
you should retrieve an application for your desired employer, if not you should submit a resume
I would love to know the answer to this question.
Ask the potential employer for one.
Generally, yes because you lost your employment through no fault of your own. However, if the employer was in an exempt class (as might be determined by your state), you might not be eligible.
Being "bondable" means your employer can add you to his business' insurance. It requires no action on the part of the employee. For example, to work as a bank teller, you must be bonded by the employer to protect depositors' funds. Generally speaking, if you have no criminal record and meet the minimum age, you are "Bonadable".
To write a leave application for your marriage you need to inform your employer and give reasons.
It depends if you want to. They are asking if they can talk to your employer and see how you did and so on. You want to say yes or no depending on what the employer will say about you.
C. Outline your value to a prospective employer.
Describe your skills and qualifications for the position.
In Canada it is not legal.
The answer to this question cannot be known."Bonding" of an employee is done by independent insurance companies that issue such 'bonds.' What criteria they, or your employer, use to screen an employee is entirely up to them.
so you have to fill up application, they always ask on application date of birth.
An employer cannot base their hiring decision on whether or not a candidate is taking prescription medication. As a matter of fact, this is not a legal question for an employer to ask on and application or during an interview.
Check "yes" if you don't mind if they call your current employer. Most places call just to verify that you are, in fact, employed by the place that you provided on the application.
An application letter is a letter of introduction. It give the employer a glimpse of your personality, achievements, and level of expertise.