California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
on advice of legal counsel my prior employer has policy to only verify employment and does not allow employees to provide references as it does not want defamation suits. i do not think it in my best interests to provide blanket release as i do not know who they will talk to or how info may be interpreted. I only think records would be releasted in event of lawsuit and there is not one. Is this something new these requests for bksnket rekease have not rin ibto this before.
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