Kaiser Permanente Interview Questions & Answers
In order to work for Kaiser Permanente, you must be able to pass a full criminal background check. Do you consent to a full background check?
How to Answer
Working in the healthcare services industry at Kaiser Permanente means that you could be in contact with vulnerable people, children, pharmaceutical drugs, drug-related equipment, confidential information, and other areas of sensitivity. Assure the interviewer that you are able and willing to pass a complete background check if hired at Kaiser Permanente. If you have a criminal record, you must disclose this.
"I have a clean criminal record and am happy to comply with any background check you require of me for this role."
"No problem. I understand that it's part of the job. But I want to be upfront, I have done a full background check before, and there is a possibility you will see a charge for possession of marijuana in the check. It was several years ago, and it's no longer an issue for me because I've made significant changes in my life to pursue this career. But I don't want you to be surprised by the information. I'm happy to answer any questions you have."
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"Yes, I understand I have to have a clean background, and I'm happy to comply with it."Rachelle's Answer
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