The Law at Work: Must you tell a prospective employer that you fired a former employee for sexual harassment?

In light of current events, there are many new laws encouraging the transparency of sexual harassment claims. In his The Law at Work column in the San Diego Union-Tribune, Shareholder Dan Eaton discusses one law in particular that explicitly protects a California employer that, upon request of a prospective employer, discloses that a former employee applying for a job was terminated or is ineligible for rehire based on credible evidence of sexual harassment from a defamation claim by the applicant-former employee.

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March 7th, 2019  |  Categories: Employment Law
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