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Unfair hiring process?

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I recently discovered that when a possible employer was checking my past job references they talked to an angry ex-employee instead of my supervisor. I believe that may have prevented me from being hired. Can I do anything about this?



I am not sure that you have a case simply because the potential employer spoke with a non-management employee. Or, that said employee was angry.

If however the angry employee gave out false or prohibited information about you, then you may have a case. The key is to prove any and all of this.

If you wish to pursue this matter, an employment law attorney will best be able to advise you. You can find one near you at attorneypages.com

Mark B. Replogle

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