Would you hire someone If they had a DUI on there police record

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Since: Dec 12

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#1 Jan 15, 2013
Would you have someone working for with a DUI on there record? Not me if they had been arrested for it once they will do it again. Just like most ex druggies.

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#2 Jan 15, 2013
Samatha1960 wrote:
Would you have someone working for with a DUI on there record? Not me if they had been arrested for it once they will do it again. Just like most ex druggies.
What do you base that decision on?
Better yet, why would you ask this question?

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

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#3 Jan 15, 2013
No, I would not hire someone whom has such a record period! They are still a high risk driver. Most of the time there are more hidden issues. This could hurt your place of business, employees.
I do not and will not be friends with someone whom has poor judgement when it comes to common sense!
Drinking & driving is pure stupidity!
No, second chances be given to those whom make a decision to drink & drive and possibly take an incessant life or lives.
No, licenses given back.
If you see someone whom seems to be drunk behind the wheel of a vehicle. Report it ASAP!

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

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#4 Jan 15, 2013
Samatha1960 wrote:
Would you have someone working for with a DUI on there record? Not me if they had been arrested for it once they will do it again. Just like most ex druggies.
No, I would not hire someone whom has such a record period! They are still a high risk driver. Most of the time there are more hidden issues. This could hurt your place of business, employees.
I do not and will not be friends with someone whom has poor judgement when it comes to common sense!
Drinking & driving is pure stupidity!
No, second chances be given to those whom make a decision to drink & drive and possibly take an incessant life or lives.
No, licenses given back.
If you see someone whom seems to be drunk behind the wheel of a vehicle. Report it ASAP!

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#5 Jan 15, 2013
techD wrote:
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What do you base that decision on?
Better yet, why would you ask this question?
Common sense would be my answer.
This is in regards to laws that pertain to drinking & driving. Officials don't seem to care about, whether people choose the right decision when they have consumed alcohol.
You just don't drive if you are under the influence of alcohol.
This is extremely harmful to everyone! Be smart, not stupid!

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

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#6 Jan 15, 2013
Common sense would be my answer.
This is in regards to laws that pertain to drinking & driving. Officials don't seem to care about, whether people choose the right decision when they have consumed alcohol.
You just don't drive if you are under the influence of alcohol.
This is extremely harmful to everyone! Be smart, not stupid!

Since: Jan 13

Chicago, IL

#7 Jan 16, 2013
smokingapplies wrote:
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No, I would not hire someone whom has such a record period! They are still a high risk driver. Most of the time there are more hidden issues. This could hurt your place of business, employees.
I do not and will not be friends with someone whom has poor judgement when it comes to common sense!
Drinking & driving is pure stupidity!
No, second chances be given to those whom make a decision to drink & drive and possibly take an incessant life or lives.
No, licenses given back.
If you see someone whom seems to be drunk behind the wheel of a vehicle. Report it ASAP!
I would not deny them employment based on a past mistake. Sobriety is hard enough to attain for most people, much less employment. If their job does not require them to drive then what do you have to lose?
Alcoholism is a disease and CAN be treated with education and time.

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

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#8 Jan 16, 2013
techD wrote:
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I would not deny them employment based on a past mistake. Sobriety is hard enough to attain for most people, much less employment. If their job does not require them to drive then what do you have to lose?
Alcoholism is a disease and CAN be treated with education and time.
First of all everyone has to drive to get to work. If again this person had a DWI or DUI I still would not give them a job.
Are you an alcoholic? Or do you feel one should just push this under a rug?
Oh, go to Sinnissippi they will help. Of there is another view on that place. They take and misuse state funds. What's new!

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

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#9 Jan 16, 2013
First of all everyone has to drive to get to work. If again this person had a DWI or DUI I still would not give them a job.
Are you an alcoholic? Or do you feel one should just push this under a rug?
Oh, go to Sinnissippi they will help. Of there is another view on that place. They take and misuse state funds. What's new!

Since: Dec 12

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#10 Jan 16, 2013
smokingapplies wrote:
First of all everyone has to drive to get to work. If again this person had a DWI or DUI I still would not give them a job.
Are you an alcoholic? Or do you feel one should just push this under a rug?
Oh, go to Sinnissippi they will help. Of there is another view on that place. They take and misuse state funds. What's new!
I wouldn't go that place for any amount of money. You can't pay me to to that place.

“Saving animals....not humans!”

Since: May 09

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#11 Jan 16, 2013
I smell gas. Ha Ha
Sasdrp

Toledo, OH

#12 Jan 29, 2015
smokingapplies wrote:
No, I would not hire someone whom has such a record period! They are still a high risk driver. Most of the time there are more hidden issues. This could hurt your place of business, employees.
I do not and will not be friends with someone whom has poor judgement when it comes to common sense!
Drinking & driving is pure stupidity!
No, second chances be given to those whom make a decision to drink & drive and possibly take an incessant life or lives.
No, licenses given back.
If you see someone whom seems to be drunk behind the wheel of a vehicle. Report it ASAP!
Your obviously a worthless stupid pod. one learn how to spell, n if God can forgive who are you not too. You should just go sit in traffic and do society a favor. People drink. Blame the government for allowing the mob to force it to be legal. People like you are why this country has gone to sh#t. Everyone's perfect huh.....

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