Quote from nurselabrat
I find that most places require too much personal information before hire or before an interview. It makes me uncomfortable too. The last place I applied was a LTC facility. I had to leave my info with a receptionist, plus copies of my SS card, driver's license, my nursing license and so on. I can understand the nursing license, but I don't know why they need the other infomation before there is any consideration of hire. The still haven't let me know anything. Allthough I know they have been checking my references. It's been 3 weeks now. I've left that information in just about every institution I've applied too. And most of the time you never hear from them.
Sounds like all the information that they need for the I-9
form. I've been on the employee AND
employer ends of the form which is a personnel document that includes ID info (you could provide a passsport, birth certificate, military stuff, green card, etc) They're getting a headstart/jump on the paperwork that they will have
to process IF you were to be hired. I've never been thrilled that it gets started early but some places do it.
I've done that I-9 so many times I can see it with my eyes closed (like the three sections in the middle asking for one item from column A or one item from column B and