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Typically, if an employer asks an employee questions regarding prior employment, the employee must answer truthfully. If an employee responds to a potential employer's questions about prior employment in a dishonest fashion, the employer may later have a basis to terminate that employee if the employer finds out. That said, a potential hire doesn't typically have an obligation to volunteer negative information about prior employment and the employee typically need offer it only if asked.
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