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Old 03-10-2011, 10:03 PM
 
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I am filling out a 10-12 page background check booklet. I previously worked for a company that I decided to leave off my resume in order to get more interviews. Let's say H&R Block. I only worked for them for about 4 months. I was supposed to have an exit interview, but the supervisor never showed and now she is gone too(the year after, probably fired). Considering I never received a pink slip or anything I found out other people get if they are fired, this has been something fuzzy in my past, which leads me to my next question:


How does a previous employee check work?

And how do they determine if you were a previous employee?
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:06 PM
 
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Wow, I just found out they can see my property records from a background check. Eeeps. The detective who was in charge of my packet must have really wondered why I wanted to eba police officer.
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:07 PM
 
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Nvm, I know now.

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ost importantly, Past Employment Background Records History will include the applicants previous job titles, previous companies worked with, the duration he/she worked with each company, probable salaries drawn within each past job position, contact details of past employers, reason(s) for leaving each job and eligibility for re-hire at other companies will be included within the Employment Background Checks Report. This is critical to hiring a prospective applicant for every company. Remember, if you’re an applicant, your past records may/may not affect your application depending on the breach that you created in the past few years. If the breach does not have a direct impact on your job position, you can consider your application to be safe.

I wish I had this info myself.
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Old 01-14-2016, 01:11 AM
 
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I recently had an extensive check done. I did not list every employer I've had on my resume and did not put on app. 3rd party did not find anything on these jobs and one was a recent one.
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