Vindy Cleaning is an equal opportunity employer. The company’s policy is not to discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, sex, religion, national origin, age disability, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. Vindy Cleaning also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees base on any of these protected categories. It is also Vindy Cleaning’s policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws respecting consideration of unemployment status in making hiring decisions.
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BEFORE answering the following question, please read the state specific instructions below if you reside in, or are applying for a position in, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Newark, N.J., Ohio, Pennsylvania or Washington.
**HAWAII, MASSACHUSETTS, MINNESOTA, BUFFALO, NEWARK, PHILADELPHIA, AND SEATTLE APPLICANTS: DO NOT ANSWER THE QUESTION BELOW AT THIS TIME.
Please note that you do NOT have to identify a record of any adult or juvenile arrest, detention or conviction that has been sealed, expunged, annulled, erased, pardoned or statutorily eradicated, set aside or otherwise dismissed by court order.
Please note that answering “YES” to this question will not automatically bar you from employment. Only those crimes which are substantially related to the position you are seeking will be considered.
If you answered “Yes”, please provide the following additional information:
If, subject to the State-Specific Instructions below, you have more than one conviction, please use additional paper to provide the information requested above.
STATE-SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR ANSWERING CRIMINAL HISTORY INQUIRY
California Applicants: Do not identify any misdemeanor conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been dismissed by a court. Also, do not identify marijuana-related convictions entered by the court more than 2 years ago that involve: unlawful possession of marijuana; transportation or giving away of up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis, or the offering to transport or give away up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis; possession of paraphernalia used to smoke marijuana; being in a place with knowledge that marijuana was being used; or being under the influence of marijuana. Also, do not identify any arrest or detention that did not result in a conviction or any record of the referral to, and participation in, any pretrial or post trial diversion program.
Connecticut Applicants: Do not identify any arrest, criminal charge or conviction the records of which have been erased by a court based on sections 46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a of the Connecticut General Statutes. Criminal records subject to erasure under these sections are records concerning a finding of delinquency or the fact 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 not prosecuted, a criminal charge for which the person was found not guilty, or a conviction for which the offender received an absolute pardon. Any person whose criminal records have been judicially erased under one or more of these sections is deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the law as it applies to the particular proceedings that have been erased, and may so swear under oath.
Georgia Applicants: Do not identify any verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere that was discharged by the court under Georgia’s First Offender Act.
Hawaii Applicants: DO NOT ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS AT THIS TIME. You will only have to answer this question if you receive a conditional offer of employment. At that time you will be asked whether you have been convicted of a crime within the past 10 years, excluding any period of time when you were incarcerated.
Massachusetts Applicants: Under Massachusetts law, an employer is prohibited from requesting criminal history information on an initial written application. DO NOT RESPOND TO THE QUESTION SEEKING CRIMINAL RECORD
INFORMATION. You will only have to answer this question if you receive a conditional offer of employment. At that time you will not have to identify any record relating to prior arrests, criminal court appearances or convictions for which the record has been sealed and is on file with the Commissioner of Probation. You also will not have to identify prior arrests, court appearances and adjudications in 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. You also will not have to identify (1) an arrest, detention or disposition regarding any violation of law in which no conviction resulted;
(2) first-time misdemeanor convictions for drunkenness, simple assault, speeding, minor traffic violations, affray or disturbance of the peace; and (3) convictions for other misdemeanors where the date of conviction or the end of any period of incarceration was more than 5 years ago, unless there have been subsequent convictions within those 5 years.
Do not identify any misdemeanor arrests, detentions or dispositions that did not result in conviction.
Minnesota Applicants: DO NOT RESPOND TO THE QUESTION SEEKING CRIMINAL RECORD INFORMATION AT THIS TIME. You will only have to answer criminal history questions if you receive a job interview or a conditional offer of employment.
Nebraska Applicants: Do not identify a sealed juvenile record of arrest, custody, complaint, disposition, diversion, adjudication or sentence
Nevada Applicants: You must disclose all felony convictions, but may limit disclosure of misdemeanor convictions to those that occurred within the last seven years and resulted in imprisonment. Please note that the discharge and dismissal of certain first time drug offenses, after the accused has completed probation and any required treatment or educational programs, does not constitute a “conviction” for purposes of employment.
Newark, New Jersey Applicants: DO NOT RESPOND TO THE QUESTION SEEKING CRIMINAL RECORD INFORMATION AT THIS TIME. You will only have to answer criminal history questions if you receive a conditional offer of employment. At that time you will be asked whether you have ever been convicted of murder, voluntary manslaughter and/or certain sexual offenses. You will also be asked to report any conviction for a disorderly person offense or municipal ordinance violation (within five (5) years of sentencing) or any conviction for any other indictable offense (within eight (8) years of sentencing). If your criminal history includes a reportable conviction for a disorderly person or
other indictable offense, you may be asked to report additional non-expunged convictions as allowed by law.
New York Applicants: You may answer “no record” concerning any criminal proceeding that terminated in your favor, per section 160.50 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any criminal proceeding that terminated in a “youthful offender adjudication,” as defined in section
720.35 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any conviction for a “violation” that already has been sealed by the court, per section 160.55 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; and any conviction that was sealed pursuant to section 160.58 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law in connection with the licensing, employment or providing of credit or insurance.
Buffalo, NY Applicants: DO NOT RESPOND TO THE QUESTION SEEKING CRIMINAL RECORD
INFORMATION AT THIS TIME. You will only have to answer criminal history questions if you receive a job interview or a conditional offer of employment.
Ohio Applicants: Do not report any arrest or conviction for a minor misdemeanor drug violation as defined under Ohio Rev. Code 2925.11.
Pennsylvania Applicants: Do not identify convictions for summary offenses. Philadelphia, PA Applicants: DO NOT RESPOND TO THE QUESTION SEEKING CRIMINAL RECORD INFORMATION AT THIS TIME. You will only have to answer this question if you receive a conditional offer of employment.
Washington Applicants: Do not identify any conviction entered by the court more than 10 years ago unless some period of incarceration resulting from that conviction took place within the last ten years.
Seattle, WA Applicants: DO NOT RESPOND TO THE QUESTION SEEKING CRIMINAL RECORD INFORMATION AT THIS TIME. You will only have to answer this question after an initial screen.
Applicant may include verifiable work performed on a volunteer basis.
Starting with your most recent employer, provide the following information.
Starting with your most recent school attended, provide the following information:
Lie Detector Disclaimer (Massachusetts and Maryland ONLY)
Massachusetts Applicants: I understand that it is unlawful in Massachusetts to require or administer a lie detector test as a condition of employment or continued employment. An employer who violates this law shall be subject to criminal penalties and civil liability.
Maryland Applicants: I UNDERSTAND THAT UNDER MARYLAND LAW, AN EMPLOYER MAY NOT REQUIRE OR DEMAND, AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT, PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT, THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL SUBMIT TO OR TAKE A POLYGRAPH OR SIMILAR TEST. AN EMPLOYER WHO VIOLATES THIS LAW IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND SUBJECT TO A FINE NOT EXCEEDING $100.