This is what Splitz Bowling had to say about background checks:
“We expect applicants to be open and honest with their history. We perform background checks after the interview process, before hiring process begins. All positions are available.”
Here’s what you need to know about background checks:
Background checks vary from state-to-state. Some states, like those on the following list, won’t look at anything seven years old or more:
- New Hampshire*
- New York*
(* sometimes certain pay or salary bracket positions require one.)
These eight states won’t consider cases in which you were found not guilty:
- Indiana (limited check)
- New York
Be aware, however, if you live in these next states. They will see your whole record, including the not guilty verdicts:
- Indiana (extensive check)
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Splitz Bowling is a small company, so it’s no surprise they don’t have a lot of reviews on glassdoor.com. Unfortunately, we can’t honestly say what the company is really like without more feedback.
What felony convictions might have a hard time getting hired here?
Does Splitz Bowling hire felons? It looks like they do, but certain felonies will hurt your chances. Since you’ll be working in a bowling alley with people of all ages, the company mainly looks for child abuse and theft felonies.
Does Splitz Bowling drug test?
We aren’t sure if Splitz Bowling will perform a drug test. Just to be on the safe side, it’s best to prepare as if they do.
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