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The truth of a worker’s criminal past has come to light. What now?


Q: “I recently hired an employee whom we have just discovered was involved in an incident in 2017. This came out when he told us he needed to go to court. It turns out he was arrested for a shooting that left a teenager seriously wounded. He was booked on two counts of reckless endangerment. Should we ask him if he has been convicted?” –Patti, Alabama


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