Tread Carefully When Revealing Information About Former Employees

Tread Carefully When Revealing Information About Former Employees



It’s typical for the prospective new employer of one of your former employees to call for a reference. If the employee in question was a stellar part of your management team, it’s a no-brainer. A glowing report will most likely be appreciated by the former employee. But what should you do when you’re asked for a reference for someone who was not a good employee, or worse, was fired?

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