What is the name of your state? Illinois
I turned my previous employer into the eeoc and the human rights commission located in missouri for harrassment ect. Since then they have made me an offer but inorder to get this money they want me to sign an agreement, that I have yet recieved.
I believe that he is blackballing me for turning him in. I am going to get a detective to pose as a potential employer and record the reference he gives.
Under civil code section 47 states that "an employer or any person by the employer who discloses information about a current or former employer employees job performance to a perspective employer is presumed to be acting in good faith; and unless lack of good faith is show, is immune from civil liability.
With this in mind " If my employer gives a bad reference that is recorded, with previous notarized evidence that was sent to the eeoc: Can I sue him since I can show lack of good faith?