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Posted by: Indiana73
Posted on: Feb 3rd, 2008 at 1:14pm
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Maybe the alleged "crime" question was related to your current employer, and they want a disclosure stating if you've ever been disciplined regarding a theft-related incident at that employer?
Posted by: Hershey05
Posted on: Feb 1st, 2008 at 10:59pm
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After taking 2 polygraphs and a follow up interview I was told I was in the "gray" area concerning a question on crime that I was totally truthful about. My employer now says they have received an "eyes only" letter for me from the agency that gave the exam. What could this be about?
 
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