What Information Can Employers Ask My References?
Employers must have your permission to contact references and are limited to asking only job related information. References may not provide information that would violate employment laws or the applicant's right to privacy. Many previous employers will only verify the dates of employment. Previous employers and references are not allowed to give negative false information or answer questions pertaining to the following:
|Personal information or habits.|
|Handicap or Disability.|
|Age, race, sex, color, religion or national origin.|
Where can I get legal advice about my Employment Law Law matter or case?
If you have an Employment Law matter or case and want legal advice for your specific situation, call the law firm below to schedule a free consultation.
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