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HelloThis is Samuel1 - If he lies about you, yes. And that is why most times a current employer only answers what is asked as to how long you've worked there, if you are ever late, etc. As long as they stick to the facts and don't lie, then you have no case.2 - Legally yes. It all depends on the policy of the employer. And as long as the policy is not discriminatory then it is legal.3 - If this is based on your race, religion, age, gender, a disability, sexual orientation, then it is discrimination. But if not, then as long as they are folloing such policy across the board with all employees when evaluating and making decisions it is legal.
Employers must follow hiring, firing, promotion, relocation policies equally across the board to all employees. They cannot cherry pick which decision making policies will apply to some and not others.
And so if your employer gives responsibility to the supervisor and they can have input on a relocation, then it would be within the company policy.If you feel your supervisor has a beef with you that is discriminatory based, then it could be an EEOC matter.