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Yes! In Utah. But they are selective. Also depends on how long since the conviction and how well you can explain your past. Keep it breef honest and be very professional. Also alot of location do a mouthswab drug test on spot of the interview. At least in Utah.

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Natick, Ma hires X-cons . one is running hardware, I think the store manger hired because she was a girl

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No the company doesn't hire felons

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Yes they do they hired a guy who did 18 years in prison one month after his release and that’s what the Hiring Manager told me

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Home Depot does not hire felons

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No they do not hire felons. My husband had a felony over 20 years ago and they retracted their offer of employment after the background check was done because of it.

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The Home Depot in Pennsylvania goes back 7 years for merchandise associate. It might be different for other positions. I just got hired and my Background Check went back 7 years.

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Not sure if convicted felons are hired

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Background checks go back as far as five years

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Every Home Depot does a background check on everyone applying for any position within the company.

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