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Do employers always check your last place of employment before hiring you?


 

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    Borsia 3 years ago

    I'm not sure where you are getting this. A lot of people are excluded due to a bad past. Most jobs with any security check a potential employee's past and many seemingly mundane jobs are checked to some degree. Lying is never a good idea.


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    Sri T (the mystic) (Sri T) 3 years ago

    People who are illegal get jobs in the US every year too. Employers break rules. There are exceptions to every rule. People get second chances, and third and fourth... Basically it depends on if you can influence people. If they like you, you're in.


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