A friend of mine works at the airport in Security. She used to work a 12-8 shift where she would take the bus. They are now telling her she is on the 4am-12pm shift, where buses do not run. What can ...
No company will hire me due to my background results because of Identity Theft and I feel that I should be able to claim disability or a monthly compensation to make up for this since it is due to a ...
What will show on my background check for new job?
3 weeks ago I interviewed for a job. They called me 2 weeks ago and offered me the position. They stated that they needed to complete a background check before I was "officially" hired. I told them I wanted the job and they said they’d call when the results were in. My resume listed me having a position at a company for two years (this was for year 2000-2002 ), however, I am a little concerned because there is not a W2 on record. They called my husband (he was listed as my supervisor) because he owns the company. They asked him about my responsibilities, my employment dates, etc. He explained he owned the company & that we were married. I am concerned because I am afraid they are going to be suspicious about this. I did work there while attending school, but since we were married and sharing the income he didn’t actually "pay" me. I just helped out a little. Will this cause them to take back the offer b/c there is no record on the background check? I still havent heard back... Additional Details On their website it states that their background check includes work history, criminal check, SSN verficaiton, Credit Reporting, and address verification
I doubt you will get the job.
If your husband is the boss they will infer that you did not have any of the accountablity of a 'real' job.
If you did not put this on the application but just said that your husband was your supervisor, they might (justifiably) feel 'duped' I know I would.
If your husband is going to be a resource, he is going to have to keep his mouth shut about the two of you being married
if called upon to provide a reference....
seriously, would any current spouse give a BAD reference?
they will see everything on record from tickets to felonies and credit past evictions late payments etc they will contact past employers some times it takes a while to get everything together as long as you didnt lie everything is ok id call them and see whats up