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Yes. Hired with three pending felony drug charges. I honestly don’t think they care at the rate they go through employees, if they discriminated based on anything at all they wouldn’t have anyone left to hire.

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Well I'm 24 I have a felony for gun possession my first offense. I didn't harm anyone the police just found it in muy truck when they pulled me over that's all. That happened May 14, 2016. I'm going to go apply for Aldi so I'll let you guys know what happen since everyone has an opinion and not real answers. By the way I'm in Indiana if that helps.

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Passing a background check does not mean that you can't be felon. There are certain felonies that will disqualify you like violent crimes. Every job is different but I'm a hiring manager for a different company and it all depends on how long ago, what it was, and what the person has done since. So my advice sell yourself in first interview. If they are truly interested make the company aware of your situation before you accept the job. Statistics show the rehabilitated people are actually more likely to work harder!

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It really depends on the state you live in. It also depends on how far they go back. Some employers go back 7 years and others go back 10 years. That depends on the laws in your state. Also i disagree with the above posters last paragraph. Yes you CAN be denied a job based only on criminal background. I'm in Florida and they absolutely will not hire you if they don't want to. It's up to them. There is no law here that says they can't deny you. I know a couple people with 3rd degree felonies over drug charges from 10 years ago. They passed the drug test and we're denied employment based on those felony convictions. Check your state laws. Also, call and ask the employer directly. They will tell you their position on any past convictions.

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Drug test going back 60 days, including marijuana and alcohol (if under 18), full background check, and credit check

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I am 44 and was hired weeks ago.....

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This will depend on the nature of the offense. Violent crimes or anything involving theft or dishonesty will probably be a deal breaker for employment. However, let's say you have a D.U.I. or wreckless driving, or maybe breach of peace. Stuff like that might be frowned upon, but not necessarily a deal breaker. One of my co-workers had something minor on their record and still got hired here. But their crime didn't involve violence or dishonesty, and also it was from several years earlier. So as long as you explain it thoroughly during the interview, it won't necessarily be a definite "No" for misdemeanors. Show remorse, say how it was a stupid mistake, more importantly show how you've moved on with your life and accomplished something better. And how you learned an important lesson.

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