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V E T E R A N S R E - E N T R Y R O A D M A P After six months the bond terminates and the employers can purchase another six months for a low fee. A bond can insure full, part time or temporary employment. Bonds can be issued for a person with a conviction who lives and works in the state of Virginia. If the person lives out of the state, then they must work for a Virginia company. This program is very important because it bridges the gap between employers and job seekers with a criminal background. This allows trust and rapport to be established between the employer and the skilled job seeker. This win/ win situation can help contribute to the growth and success of the company. Employers must desire or require the bond and contact the Virginia Bonding office to request a bond for a potential employee. Bonds do not cover liability due to poor performance, accidents or injury. Also it does not "move" with the employee if their job changes. • They are of legal working age in Virginia • They have prior criminal convictions - felony, misdemeanor, federal, state or juvenile. • They have been incarcerated, on probation, or community service. This also includes those convicted who did not serve any time. • They live in Virginia or live in another state yet work for a Virginia company. This federal fidelity bond allows employers to hire workers with the knowledge, skills, credentials and abilities companies need while protecting them from potential financial loss. Nationwide, bonding services as a job placement tool can be considered to have a 99% success rate. Persons are eligible for a bond if:




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