State officials of Colorado trying to find jobs for the people who failed the background checks
Hood River, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/26/2012 -- State officials of Colorado are trying to find jobs for 19 state employees who failed background checks after when they were transferred to the Department of Public Safety.
One of the spokesmen of the Public Safety department, Lance Clem, said that their company filters out all those employees who might have been involved in any illegal activity or has criminal background.
It have also been noticed that the many state agencies make decisions upon a person with some illegal act in their previous records by checking that whether the level of their illegal activity leads to disqualification or an applicant can be accepted for the job.
Clem said that the employees of the state who were affected by background check were hired by other department and by the time when folded into Public Safety. Few of the employees refused to take the polygraph test and some failed to pass that. He also mentioned the 11 of them resigned or retired from the job before time when the background checks started.
He also specified that the test included some straightforward questions such as use of drug, theft or conviction of any employee in any-other illegal activity over the period of 10 years.
Deputy Director of Colorado Department, Jennifer Okes said, “most of the workers now have temporary jobs in other areas of state government until permanent positions can be found, but she said she doesn’t know how long each worker sat at home collecting a state paycheck before the temporary jobs became available.”
Okes also said that by the time when state came to know about the issue of some workers not being eligible to move to another position, the department started alerting the human resource director and suggested them if they had any job openings in their organization then first to look at the background of those people who were rejected due to failing of the background checks and see whether they are capable enough to fill in the slot or not.
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