Disclosure of Conviction Information

The existence of a criminal record will not necessarily be an automatic bar to employment; factors such as date of the offense, age at the time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the offense, and the relation of any offense to the job will be taken into consideration. The Company will comply with all applicable laws in obtaining or requesting this information.

NOTE: You are not required to disclose information regarding convictions that have been sealed, erased, expunged or annulled, or convictions that have been pardoned or discharged pursuant to a first-time offender law.

  • California Applicants:
    Do not identify convictions under California Health & Safety Code §§11357(b) or (c), 11360(b) (formerly subdivision (c) of section 11360), 11364, 11365, or 11550 related to marijuana offenses that occurred two or more years before the instant application. Also, do not identify any conviction for which the record has been judicially ordered sealed, expunged or statutorily eradicated, or any misdemeanor conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed.
  • Connecticut Applicants:
    You are not required to disclose the existence of any arrest, criminal charge or conviction, the records of which have been erased pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes §§46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a. Criminal records subject to erasure pursuant to §§46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a are records pertaining to a finding of delinquency or that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that has been dismissed or nolled, a criminal charge for which the person has been found not guilty or a conviction for which the person received an absolute pardon. Any person whose criminal records have been erased pursuant to §§46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a shall be deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the general statutes with respect to the proceedings so erased and may so swear under oath.
  • Massachusetts Applicants:
    Applicants for employment with a sealed record on file with the Massachusetts Commissioner of Probation may answer No Record with respect to an inquiry relating to prior arrests, criminal court appearances, or convictions. In addition, Massachusetts Applicants for employment may answer No Record with respect to any inquiry relative to prior arrests, court appearances and adjudication in all cases of delinquency, or as a child in need of services, which did not result in a complaint transferred to the superior court for criminal prosecution.
  • Montana Applicants:
    Do not disclose information regarding misdemeanor convictions or deferred prosecutions.