EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

Exceptional Restaurant Company, Inc. (ERC) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants for all job openings are welcome and will be considered without regard to race, gender, age, national origin, color, religion, disability, military status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law.
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If hired, can you show proof of your legal right to work in the United States?

Are you 16 or Older?

Within the last 7 years, have you been convicted of, or completed your sentence or parole for a crime involving violence, sex, stalking, minors, theft, property damage, fraud, robbery or drugs?*

Are you currently charged with a crime involving violence, sex, stalking, minors, theft, property damage, fraud, robbery or drugs?**


*Crimes include felonies, msdemeanors, and other violations of the law. However, you should not respond "Yes" as a result of any conviction that has been judicially sealed, expunged or pardoned. Conviction of a crime will not necessarily disqualify you from consideration for employment and will be considered only as it relates to the job in question. CALIFORNIA residents do not respond "Yes" for (i) conviction records that have been sealed or expunged by court order or statutorily eradicated; (ii) misdemeanor convictions for which you have successfully completed or otherwise discharged probation; (iii) misdemeanor marijuana convictions if the conviction occurred more than two years ago; (iv) any past arrest or detention not resulting in a conviction; or (v) any referral to or participation in any pretrial or post trial diversion program. HAWAII residents, do not answer this question. LOUISIANA residents, do not respond "Yes" as a result of a misdemeanor. MASSACHUSETTS residents, do not respond "Yes" as a result of any misdemeanor conviction where the date of the conviction or the completion of incarceration, whichever date is later, occurred more than five years ago. PENNSYLVANIA residents, do not respond "Yes" as a result of summary offense.

**Residents of HAWAII, LOUISIANA, MARYLAND, MASSACHUSETTS, NEVADA, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND and UTAH, do not answer this question. Residents of MICHIGAN, do not answer "Yes" as a result of pending misdemeanor charges.