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The right for employment and the criminal record

by como ·

criminal records?

Chances are that there are criminals who pose themselves as a different person either using another name or just made himself someone out of thin air to get into employment or lives of others. From fake names to fake IDs or even fake college degrees, it is now possible to forge documents. These however are the real criminals. There maybe those who do this out of desperation yet a wrong doing can never be right. For those however who see themselves inline with -second chance-, what others has first set wrongly can greatly affect them. This is one hard throw for those who want to start in a clean turf.

It is indeed a pity for someone who wishes to start anew, throw his first chance of having one. A criminal record seems to be a billboard on neon lights posted on ones head. It’s hard to look past it yet it seems inhuman to not give a chance when it is being asked. Consideration-can it be given or not? This is one question that each of us must answer. “> Once convicted of crime, a person, after detained in prison, is usually given the benefits as allotted to them by the government supported by law. However, this freedom is bounded by the decision of an employer as to whether give them the consideration for employment or not. Is this discrimination or not?

It cannot be blamed that a persons with criminal records are given the benefit of the doubt when it comes to employment. Those under probation are usually the ones gravely faced with this problem than those who have gone out of jail for quite some time. It seems that trust is being questioned rather than the potential or talent one can offer for the affectivity of the job. People can not help but be careful nowadays when anyone can be suspected of even being a terrorist. A bag that was left, even if it was unintentional, in front of the store alerts the bomb squad or any swat team. If things can pull the alarm trigger what more a person whose face has been laid in criminal records?

Chances are that there are criminals who pose themselves as a different person either using another name or just made himself someone out of thin air to get into employment or lives of others. From fake names to fake IDs or even fake college degrees, it is now possible to forge documents. These however are the real criminals. There maybe those who do this out of desperation yet a wrong doing can never be right. For those however who see themselves inline with -second chance-, what others has first set wrongly can greatly affect them. This is one hard throw for those who want to start in a clean turf.

It is indeed a pity for someone who wishes to start anew, throw his first chance of having one. A criminal record seems to be a billboard on neon lights posted on ones head. It’s hard to look past it yet it seems inhuman to not give a chance when it is being asked. Consideration-can it be given or not? This is one question that each of us must answer.

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