Asked by Moeketsi Koko on 25-04-2023 23:41:41
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape
My name is Moeketsi Eliah Koko ID No:771024 538408 3 I worked as a fixed term contract TLB operator at Tshipi e Ntle Manganese mining from 03/11/2020 till 28/02/2023.
I was working in a space for someone who was sick until he was given another position in a company and his position became available and was advertised. I applied and called on an interview on the 24 February 2023. On the 27 February 2023. Background check was done and I declared my criminal record as I have criminal record.
Since then I have been left in the dark as there is no clear answer whether my application was successful or my record disadvantaged me. It's been 2 months now unemployed and confused as there is no direction.
So I would like to know if is it correct to work for a company for 2 years 3 months with criminal record, showing corporation and dedication in my work and displaying experience and skill to their satisfaction when they need permanent candidate I become disadvantaged by my background.
Can you assist me with this matter as I am unemployed and desperately in need of a job. Can I get a help to be reinstated in my job.
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