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No, there is no express right requiring the employer to divulge that information by law. If you were suing them for some other reason related to discrimination and the issue of who told them was relevant, then they'd have to tell you during the lawsuit, but right now there is not any independent right for you to know their source. That isn't even true in a criminal law setting where you would have more legal protections than when you are dealing with a private employer.
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