Background checks are all-too-common, and often all-too-damning. Honeywell definitely does a background check and, from what we hear, it’s pretty much what stops you from getting a job here. Ouch. However, Honeywell seems to go back only 10 years max (there are conflicting reports on this) so keep that in mind.
Here’s what you need to know about background checks:
No matter what Honeywell’s policy is for length of time since conviction, these states below will only show the past seven years of your record:
- New Hampshire*
- New York*
These states don’t show cases where you were found not guilty:
- Indiana (limited check)
- New York
These states are the toughest. They’ll show everything on your record, no matter how old or if the charges were dropped:
- Indiana (extensive check)
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
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On top of that, this article says that Honeywell is one of the most admired companies in the world!
What felonies Honeywell will not hire
The company didn’t give us a list of charges that make you an unhireable candidate. We did some research, though, and put together our thoughts on Honeywell below.
What felony convictions might have a hard time getting hired here?
Honeywell is pretty strict when it comes to your criminal history, as you’ve seen. Ideally, you’ll be applying at a time when your felony is too old to count against you or you happen to live in one of those states that won’t show Honeywell your record because it’s too old there. In any event, this is what we think will most stand in your way:
- Times you’ve been shown to be untrustworthy such as theft or fraud.
- Choices you made in anger that lead to assault or destruction charges.
- Trespassing charges that indicate a lack of respect for boundaries and privacy.
- Having hits on your driving record. Several jobs say spots on your driving record will prevent you from getting hired here.
Does Honeywell hire sex offenders?
We aren’t sure if Honeywell hires sex offenders because the company didn’t tell us and we didn’t see any strong responses online.
Does Honeywell drug test?
At the time of this review, we could not find any official information to answer this question.
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This is what we know about how to get a job at Honeywell with a felony! If you can add to our knowledge, we’d be grateful!