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Friday, June 1, 2012

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It is really hard to do this job and not want to do more for your clients if you are the type of person that like to "fix" people.  I, unfortunately, am that type of person.  In almost all of my relationships-romantic or otherwise-I have served as the "cheerleader" of sorts, yeah you can do it, you can do it, put your mind to it!  So I find it hard to sit back and not help when my clients who really are trying to move on and be productive cannot find anyone that will give them a break.  Hence, here is "the list":

This information was provided by the Alabama Department of Public Health
*****************There is, of course, no guarantee of employment but this information was obtained by our office social worker for our clients (any anyone else) having a hard time getting a second chance because of mistakes made in the past.  If you find additional companies, please do not hesitate to comment and add.**************************

Alacare Home Health
Alabama Gas Corporation
Alabama Power Company
Baptist Health centers, Inc.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Bradford Health Services
Charter Communications
Health South
Noland Health Services
Norwood Clinic
Regions Bank
Bruno's/Food World
Winn-Dixie
Publix
Burlington Coat Factory
Dillard's
Family Dollar Store
Goody's
K-mart
Marshall's
Parisian
McRae's
Sam's Club
Steinmart
T J Maxx
Wal-Mart
Michael's Crafts
CVS Pharmacy
Rite-Aid Pharmacy
Pet Smart
Applebee's
Arby's
Atlanta Bread Company
Baskin Robbins
Blimpie
Burger King
Captain D's
Chick Fil A
Chili's
Church's Chicken/Popeye's
CiCi's Pizza
Copeland's
Cracker Barrell
Dairy Queen
Hardee's
IHOP


As with everything, I ask my clients to use their common sense.  I would not get excited about an open position as a cashier at K-Mart if the felony plastered on the criminal background check is going to show a conviction for Theft of Property I.  I would not bother to apply for a position at CVS or Rite-Aid if the convicted offense involves drugs.

Good luck.