NCR confirmed that they do perform background checks on prospective employees.
Here’s what you need to know about background checks:
When it comes to background checks, we want you to know that they differ depending on where you live. For some states, the check only goes back seven years. If you live in the following states and committed an offense six years ago, you may want to wait a short time before applying:
- New Hampshire*
- New York*
*sometimes certain pay or salary bracket positions require one.
There are some states that only show charges that you were found guilty of. If you were found not guilty or some charges were dropped, they won’t show up on background checks in these states:
- New York
Unfortunately, there are still plenty of states where everything shows up. This includes charges you were found guilty of as well as ones you were not guilty of or were dropped. Here is a list of those states:
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
The website glassdoor.com showed us that NCR has a 3.1 out of a possible 5 star rating and 54% of people say they would recommend working there to a friend.
People who work here say they love working with new technology in a fast-paced environment. Many positive comments were made about the work environment and that there is room for advancement within the company. There are also many positions that allow for work to be done from home many days of the week.
The main complaints revolve around management, but we see this with most places. There were some complaints about the pay being low and bad work-life balance.
What felonies NCR will not hire
There are certainly going to be convictions that spoil an application for this company, considering their industry, but they didn’t tell us what they are. We speculate below, however.
What felony convictions might have a hard time getting hired here?
At this point you may still be wondering: Does NCR hire felons? We also want to look at some convictions that may prevent a person from getting hired.
NCR is heavily involved in both computer technology and finance. Anyone with theft, breach of trust or computer crimes convictions may have a hard time gaining employment. There are also positions that require workers to drive company vehicles, so anyone with DUI convictions may have trouble gaining employment in these areas.
Does NCR hire sex offenders?
NCR didn’t tell us if they hire sex offenders or not, nor did an online search yield any results. We don’t know.
Does NCR drug test?
We read through NCR’s Code of Conduct for employees. Inside, they make it clear that they are a drug-free workplace and require a drug-screening test for all that apply for employment.
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