Thank you for your prompt reply, but maybe I can give you more details?
My former supervisor is telling potential employers that even though I'm eligible for re-hire by my former employing agency, that "he" would not hire me because I had conduct issues, I was confrontational, and because of my conduct I resigned...
Fact is, my former employer created a hostile
work environment and before I resigned, I initiated complaints and lawsuits against my employer because of the false and fabricated allegations regarding my conduct - to include my employer's exercise of retaliation
/reprisal against me because of the complaints and lawsuits. I have hearings with the Equal Employment Opportunity
) and the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) against my employer at this time.
So, my question is, can my former employer still make comments on my conduct, even though the facts of my conduct are subject of ongoing litigation?
I filed a civil suit for slander against my supervisor, and the U.S. attorney stepped in and placed a notice to have my suit removed because they are saying my supervisor acted within the scope of his duties.
I also filed another retaliation complaint against this supervisor with the EEOC, and so far the EEOC has accepted the complaint.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX not complicating the question.