What You Should and Should Not Disclose When Providing References

November 12 - Posted at 3:02 PM Tagged: ,

True or False: When asked to give a reference for a terminated employee, you should provide only the person’s name, dates of employment, and if asked, salary level?




Furnish just about any other information and (assuming it is negative) the former employee could sue your company for, among other things, defamation.


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