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The bonding company will do a very complete back ground check on you, to find out if you are an honest and trustworthy person, with NO criminal record. The background check will consist of speaking to previous employers, personal character references, and a computer check of the national and state records of criminal convictions.
It is asking if you are eligible for a Bond, often called a Fidelity Bond. It is an assurance that you are free from criminal activity and that the comapny will not incur loss if you do come to work for them and steal or commit a fraudulent act while employed.
Originally posted by jar11
I do it in my own little way. I don't steal and give to myself. I overuse company resources to help my customer and cut profit margins as much as possible.
Originally posted by sarra1833
Ya do what you gotta do. Once I get my degree I'm hoping my business will pick up as I work in my field. I'd be SO happy with 11 dollars an hour. To me, that is RICH. Heck, 250 a week is a lot for me. I've never made that much. I've always been flat broke about five to seven days before the next check. That IS how most of the population lives. Check to check, barely getting by - but I have my OWN place for the first time in EVER - and I've NEVER stolen a solitary thing. Never needed to. But yes, I'm tired of check to check. If I can get a job making 300 a week, that'd make me set for a long long time. 500 a week, I'd not know what to do with it to be honest. I'm too used to 25 to 30 hrs a week at 8.25/hr. Well, in 89 when I started working it was 4.50 but you know. It DOES rise.
Originally posted by ViperChili
reply to post by doctornamtab
Well you sound like a real piece of crap with a sense of entitlement.
You listed numerous low paid and low skill jobs, why not make something of yourself instead?
Start your own business and see how much you laugh when employees steal from you.
No one forces you to work, you choose to do so for a certain wage.
If you are unhappy with your wage, that is your fault and yours alone.edit on 10-5-2011 by ViperChili because: (no reason given)
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