Here’s something worth knowing — Homeroom told us that they don’t usually do background checks!
We have some important information below about how background checks are done across the country:
Here are the states where background checks don’t include any criminal convictions older than seven years:
- New Hampshire*
- New York*
(* sometimes certain pay or salary brackets require one.)
These few states don’t include any not guilty verdicts in a criminal record check:
- Indiana (limited check)
- New York
However, across most of the United States, a background check shows your whole record. Here are the states where this is the case:
- Indiana (extensive check)
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
We could find only one employee rating for the company. It was on glassdoor.com and, unfortunately, it wasn’t a very high score! This means the individual was likely motivated to write a review. The company responded, though, so they clearly care about their reputation!
With that said, there are hundreds of ratings from restaurant customers who give Homeroom a score 4 out of 5 and higher. Why is this important? Well, unhappy people don’t give 4-star service!
What felonies Homeroom will not hire
Homeroom didn’t share specific charges that would put your resume in the “no” pile right off the hop. We did some research to figure out what would hold you back most, so read on.
What felony convictions might have a hard time getting hired here?
Homeroom relies on good team players. Understandably, if you have a criminal background for assault-related offenses it will make it harder for you to get a job with the company.
Also, if you’ve ever been charged with an offense after tampering with someone’s food, Homeroom may wonder if they can trust you to work for them. Getting into trouble with the law for serving alcohol to underage customers is also a problem. The restaurant manager needs to know that you’ll take your responsibilities seriously if they hire you.
Does Homeroom hire sex offenders?
This one, we’re not entirely sure on. While they’re open to hiring most types of offenders, they might be a bit more careful in selecting someone with a sex offense on record so prepare to explain your circumstances.
Does Homeroom drug test?
Unfortunately, this was one question we couldn’t find the answer to.
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