The company told us that Mirabito will perform a background check before an offer of employment is made.
Here’s what you need to know about background checks:
Several states don’t consider convictions more than seven years old on their background check. However, if your conviction is from six years ago, you might want to wait that last year before applying in these states:
- New Hampshire*
- New York*
(* sometimes certain pay or salary bracket positions require one.)
These next eight states won’t even look at any convictions where you were found not guilty:
- Indiana (limited check)
- New York
The states on this next list, however, will look at everything on your record, including the not guilty verdicts. Be aware if you live here:
- Indiana (extensive check)
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
We did some checking to find out Mirabito’s ratings. Glassdoor.com shows they have 4 out of 5 stars. Of the five reviews, here are what a couple of the employees had to say about the company:
“Advancement, customers, some good manager’s, always busy.”
“Good people to work with.”
“Had to wait a super long time to get a raise.”
“Long hours for the money.”
What felony convictions might have a hard time getting hired here?
Does Mirabito hire felons? No, they don’t. But there are a few felonies that may make it even more difficult to get hired at Mirabito:
- Theft will be a problem because you’d be working with cash.
- Fraud charges will give you difficulties because you’d have access to credit card information.
- Violent crimes pose a problem because you’d be working closely with the general public.
Does Mirabito drug test?
We don’t know, actually. But it’s best to move forward as if they do.
Have you applied for a job or worked here? Share your experiences!
Did this article help you get a job at Mirabito with a felony? We’d love to hear about it. Plus, it’d be your opportunity to help someone who might be in the same situation. Together, we’ve got this!