(All that was done was a credit check and The Work Number reports.) Is this any of my business or should I just let it go?I believe it’s definitely something that management should know, but I would also never want to begrudge someone the chance to make a living.And even worse, dont utilize this new person as the tool in order to create your ex jealous.
I’d like to say I discovered this hot spot through vigorous sexual activity, but sadly, it was actually through research, while I was reading about the other three.
Well, lo and behold, we ladies also have an A-Spot.
It’s also possible that you live in one of the small number of states that prohibit employers from not hiring someone because of a criminal record unless there’s a direct correlation between the crime and the job.
There are a ton of factors here, but ultimately, unless you have reason to think that someone is in danger, I don’t think it’s your place to say anything.
The guy has been dealt with by the criminal justice system and is now trying to resume his life.
Until/unless you have reason to think he presents a danger, I wouldn’t interfere. This is a tough situation for everyone (including him, I’d imagine), and one where you want everyone involved to keep a cool head. Our department of 85 are, for the most part, a very family-centered group of proud parents and grandparents that would have this gentlemen’s head if they ever found out. I honestly don’t think my company knows this information.I work for a very large company that has multiple offices in nearly every state that outsources all preemployment paperwork and background checks to an outside firm on the other side of the U. I was hired about three months ago and know for a fact that none of my references or former companies were contacted.On a third hand, this man’s current job is presumably not one that brings him into contact with children.On a fourth hand, I can totally understand why you and your coworkers would be uncomfortable anyway, especially if there are company picnics that people bring their families to, or if people sometimes bring their kids by the office, and so forth.It’s also possible that the background check doesn’t include criminal records and so your company’s management doesn’t know anything about it.And it’s also possible that the circumstances of this man’s crime were less than the charge would imply (after all, there are people on the sex offender registry because of sexting they did when they were teenagers; while this guy’s age would seem to preclude that particular explanation, it’s possible there’s another one that would lessen the situation in your mind).It’s located at the top of the vulva, where the inner labia join at their upper ends.The visible part is the tiny, nipple-sized, female equivalent of the tip of the penis, and is partially covered by a hood. Part of the clit is hidden beneath the surface and extends down to the vaginal opening.Ultimately, I don’t think you should say anything, but I can understand why you’re struggling with this.On one hand, I firmly believe that refusing to hire people with criminal convictions in their past is a good way to ensure that those people never get assimilated back into society, increasing the chances that they’ll offend again.