I've recently gotten an offer for a job in customer support (on the phone), but they're still doing a background check before it is 100% confirmed. This should be completely fine, but there's still one point I'm worried about.
I'm currently receiving government support because depression made me unable to work for a couple of months. This has all been resolved, but I'm still getting the money. It didn't come up in the interview (as I said, it has been resolved some months ago, and I simply forgot, as it has not been relevant in my life ever since).
Is there a way they'll come upon this? Will they find this information? I'm of course prepared to explain, as best as I can, but I don't see that it's relevant any more, and yet it's stressing me out. I'd really like to have this job, it's a great opportunity, I'm suited for it, and I don't want this past issue to muck it up.
Can you tell me anything about the screening process? Note: I'm in the EU.