Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Business & FinanceCareers & EmploymentLaw & Legal · 8 years ago

Is there ANY place that will hire a felon?

Me and my husband live in West Palm Beach Florida and we have a 4 month old baby. I'm working but my husband can't find anywhere that will hire him because of something stupid he did when he was around 19 years old... (he stole copper out of a junkyard) Because of that stupid mistake he made as a kid, he now has a felony record and NOBODY will hire him. We've tried so many places and everyone keeps telling him no.... Can somebody please help me? We're trying so hard to get on our feet and we can't because of this... I dont know what were going to do if he can't find a job that will hire him despite his record.

Update:

He's 27 now

Update 2:

Sorry, I had the wrong information, he wasn't 19 he was 21, I thought he did it when he was younger. So it actually happened around 6 years ago.

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  • 8 years ago
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    The following companies will hire felon's. I hope things work out for you soon.

    AAMCO Transmissions

    Abbott Laboratories

    Ace Hardware

    Alamo Rent a Car

    Alaska Airlines

    Alberto-Culver

    Allied Van Lines

    Allstate Insurance

    America West Air

    American Airlines

    American Express

    American Greetings

    Anderson Windows

    AON Computer

    Archer Daniel's

    ARCO

    Arthur J. Gallagher & Co

    AT&T

    Atlas Van Lines

    Avis Rent-A-Car

    Avon Products

    Bally’s

    Baskin-Robbins

    Baxter International

    Best Foods

    Best Western

    BF Goodrich

    Black and Decker

    Blue Cross/Blue Shield

    Boeing

    Bridgestone/Firestone

    British Airways

    Brunswick Corp

    Budget Rent-A-Car

    Calvin Klein

    Campbell Soups

    Canon USA

    Career Education Group

    Carrier A/C

    Casio, Inc.

    Caterpillar

    CDW Computers

    Chase Bank

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange

    Cintas

    Circuit City

    Coes-Coin

    Coldwell Banker

    Compaq Computer

    ConAgra Foods

    Dairy Queen

    DAP Products

    Deer & Co

    Del Monte Foods

    Dell Corporation

    Delta Air Lines

    Delta Faucets

    Denny’s Inc.

    Dole Foods

    Dollar Rent A Car

    Domino’s Pizza

    Dow Brands

    Dunkin Donuts

    Dunlop Tires

    DuPont Co.

    Duracell

    Eddie Bauer

    Epson

    Equity Office Property

    Exelon

    Exxon

    Federal Express

    First Health Group

    Fortune Brands

    Frito-Lay

    Fruit of the Loom

    Fuji Foto

    Galuoub Toys

    General Electric

    General Growth Properties

    General Mills

    Georgia-Pacific

    GMAC

    Hanes Hosiery

    Hewitt associates

    Hilton Hotels

    IBM

    Illinois Tool Works

    K-Mart

    Kraft Foods

    L.A. Times

    McDonalds

    Mobil Oil

    Molex

    Motorola

    Navistar International

    New York Times

    Newsweek

    Niki

    Nisource

    Nisource

    Northern Trust

    Old Republic

    Packaging Corp of America

    PACTIV

    Pepsi-Co

    Phillip Morris

    R.R Donnelley

    Rubbermaid Inc.

    Sara-Lee

    Sears & Roebuck

    ServiceMaster

    Seven Up, Inc.

    Shell Oil

    Showtime Networks

    Smurfit-Stone Container Corp.

    Sony

    Southwest Air

    Sprint

    Target Stores

    Telephone & Data Systems

    Tellabs

    Toys*R*Us

    Tribune Co

    U.S Cellular

    Uneven Investments

    United Airlines

    Verizon

    W.W Grainger

    Walgreens

    Wal-Mart

    Wrigley Co

    Yumahn

    Zebra Technologies Group

    Zenith Electronics

    Zerox

    • bucknaked5 years agoReport

      Your list of companies is not correct. I was a contractor for FedEx and could not hire my own drivers for MY own business because FedEx would not allow me to hire anyone with any kind of arrest record. Horrible company.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    This is my area of expertise and i will be happy to help i have some questions to ask first to get the solution..

    1. He was convicted over 7 years ago under FCRA they can only go back to that point not eight years unless he is applying for a govt job or a bank or childcare etc..

    2. He needs to ask for a copy of the file they found on him they have to comply by FCRA

    3. Employers are required by law to give you a decline letter

    4. EJ is correct you could possibly get this record expunged you can petition that court yourself and ask the judge you dont need and attorney unless they require that in your state.

    • adogzheart6 years agoReport

      In regards to expungement, I don't suggest anyone attempt any legal process without professional assistance. Contact your local legal aid office for assistance.

      My name is Eric and answer questions for ex-offenders and felons looking for jobs at my blog: http://www.howfelonscangetjobs.com

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  • EJ
    Lv 5
    8 years ago

    There are places that will hire, but the job market is so tight right now it may take awhile. You didn't say how old he is now, but there is a point when, if he has had no incidents, that he can get a lawyer and get that felony dropped. You may want to check with an attorney.

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  • Judy
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    Some places will, but many won't. Keep looking, and good luck.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Oh, well. The wages of sin, and all that rot, you know.

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    Wow, thanks! I was asking myself the same question yesterday

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    maybe so

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