mike_d85: So... the new computer system automatically disqualifies candidates who disclose their convictions, but they obviously aren't performing background checks. Hm.... open season on Fairfax school kids.
K3rmy: Virginia is a work at will right to work state and being one with a criminal history is not a protected class.Simply stated, they will get nothing. Hopefully, the ACLU will step in.FYIThe federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reaffirmed a longstanding ruling that it was illegal to screen out employees unless the offense was directly related to the job.http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/06/opinion/job-fairness-for-ex-offend er s.html?_r=0Does not stop Virginia. One of the hardest states for those convicted of a felony to get rights back (vote, serve on a jury, be a notary public, hold public office, bear arms) and they will gleefully make sure on is on your record if you give them a chance.
stuhayes2010: For such a christian country, America doesn't forgive or give second chances very well.
CivicMindedFive: Appreciates discretion about his activities to keep his teaching job.[quixotando.files.wordpress.com image 703x380]
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