I work in a retail store. the store recently hired an outside company to do our cleaning. today i got notification from the state (you have to sign up for these notices) that one of the men doing our cleaning is a sex offender w/3 offenses in the 90's. One for a 1-11 y/o, a 12-15 yo and rape. My problem is I don't want to stir up trouble for this guy but I feel that the employees need to know, and even since we have small children shopping in the store as well. Would you bring it up to management? My feeling is if I know and I don't say anything and something happens to an employee or a customer then I would feel I should have said something. Our company may not even know of his past since he didn't have to go thru our hiring system. I feel he still has the right to work but I feel I shouldn't be scared at work either!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:36 PM on Aug. 12, 2009 in General Parenting
Answer by Anonymous at 12:43 PM on Aug. 12, 2009
I would mention it to management. They may already know and if not they should. The outside company he works for is sure to know. Most company's require back ground checks these days. If that company doesn' then I think he has to still say on the app if he is a registered sex offender. Especially if it was a felony offense.
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Answer by Anonymous at 12:56 PM on Aug. 12, 2009
I would inform management and let them decided. Most states do not allow sex offenders to work near children (when the offense was commented against a child) He may not be allowed to work there. My father is a sex offender (abused my sister and I) and once he is out of jail, he is not allowed within so many feet of a school, playground, things were children always are. Look up the laws in your state and go from there.
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