What does being bondable mean?
To be bondable means that your future employer is ensured and protected against any loss that comes as a direct result of fraudulent, dishonest, or criminal activities of an employee. If you're bondable, it means that you are trustworthy and reliable. In other words: you don't have a criminal record.
Unfortunately if you have a criminal record you CANNOT be Bonded, therefore reducing your potential field of work and future opportunites.
Here are some jobs that require you to be bondable:
Positions where there is sensitive or valuable company information/data
Employment that involves the direct handling of cash
Jobs that involve the use of client financial information (credit card/banking information)
Client Representative, Service Jobs requiring interaction with customers
Work in the Vulnerable Sector
Financial Services and Banking Institutions
By getting a Pardon / Record Suspension you will be able to proceed with a career, job or business that requires an individual to be bonded.