Recently a fellow employee who had been hired for a temporary position was supposedly fired after not passing his Corey Check.
He told someone that it was due to a domestic violence arrest 24 yrs ago with a previous girlfriend. Does a Corey check go back that far, and would this be reason to fire him (I guess it would if he lied about it).
He must have been hired before passing the Corey.
Does anyone know how deep and far back a Corey check goes?
This occurred in Massachusetts.