Does Albertsons Hire Felons – Jobs For Felons Report

Albertsons-LogoCompany Name

Albertsons

Industry

Grocery Stores

Headquarters

Boise, Idaho

Company Overview

Albertsons LLC is an American grocery with more than 2,400 stores and over 250,000 employees, which makes it the second largest supermarket chain in North America after The Kroger Company, which has 2,424 stores.

Hiring Locations

Albertsons has locations across the United States

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Hiring Website Link

Go to the following website to apply http://www.albertsons.com/our-company/employment-positions/

 Policy For Hiring Those With Felony Convictions

We received the following response after contacting them regarding their hiring policies for those with felony convictions:

“Albertsons LLC conducts criminal background checks as part of our normal hiring practices.

Every job offer is conditioned upon completion of this background check and each and every job applicant’s history is considered on a case by case basis.

All applications for employment are accepted online through links to online application systems through www.albertsons.com.

Have They Hired Former Felons?

Albertsons did not comment on if they have previously hired felons. We have had confirmation from other sources that they have indeed hired felons in the past however.

Specific Program For Hiring Former Felons

They do not have a specific program for the hiring of those with felony convictions.

Who Makes Hiring Decisions

Hiring decisions are made by the the local hiring managers with guidance from corporate Human Resource policies.

The Best Way To Secure A Position

Applying at your local Albertsons and convincing the management to hire you is your best bet to secure a position.

Applying in person and explaining your conviction face-to-face generally is much better than simply filling out an application.

If you can get a referral from another employee at that location you will also be helping yourself out tremendously.

Have you had any experience applying to or working at this company?

If so, please share your experience in the comments below.

Comments

  • Jesus roi
    April 13, 2016

    I just had an interview with albertsons today and they wanted to hire me., they did a drug test and back ground check on me, I passed the drug test its my back ground that has an agg assault on it, so the manager told me it could take up to seven days for human resources to give a reply back because they have to do a full back ground check on me now. She said the back ground check normally takes 10 minutes if you have nothing on you. So I dont know what’s going to happen at this point. Just going to see what happens at this point.

  • KL
    December 27, 2017

    I was offered a cashier position with Albertsons. I passed the drug test; but they did a background check on me, the company they use is Asurint. Asurint reported to Albertsons that I did not pass the background check but did not give a reason why. Seven days later I received a letter from Asurint. The background check referenced a DUI from the year 2011 (please note, this is a misdemeanor and NOT a felony). The letter was dated on December 12, 2017, it was postmarked with the same day, however, I did NOT receive it in the mail until December 17. I immediately called the number referenced in the letter and also sent an email to the email address included in the letter. Their letter indicated I had five days to respond. As already said, I did not receive the letter until 7 days AFTER the date and postmarked letter. I first complained that I was not given ample time to respond, now their letter did not give the SPECIFIC allegation…just what was reported. What specifically does that mean?? Does Albertsons hire felons and NOT a misdemeanors? It is now seven days later again, and I just received a letter back from the Human Resources Dept on behalf of Asurint. Again, no reason for denying me employment but just that “it was “influenced” by the Asurint company. Now I have to wait for a detailed explanation from Asurint, AGAIN. How do I know that my identity has not been stolen? I can’t seem to get a straight answer out of either company.

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