Thank you. On this website, I do not always get to give good news, and this is one of these times.
A company does not have to give you a good if another employer calls. In fact, the company does not have to give a reference at all. As such, if they have a 60 day exit requirement and you do not fulfill that, then the company does not have to provide a glowing, positive reference.
However, there are limits to what they can say if called for references. The employer cannot lie or be malicious. Doing so opens them up to defamation liability in civil court.
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