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What my former employer is saying about me.

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calkathi

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I recently left a managment position, in a retail store. I gave notice, but I left before my notice was up. I have been looking for another job, but I haven't gotten any response after going through the interview process several times. I finally got a call from one prospective employer. She stated that she had question as to my ability to stay at a job. She said she conacted my most recent employer and someone there told her I walked out and left them high and dry. This person who told them this was no supervisor of mine. She actually work under me, and I got her promoted within the company. It is a corporate store, and whenever someone called for a reference check, we were told to give the employer the corporate office number, for them to give out the necessary information. I want to know what can be said about me legally by this former coworker, and how can I get past that bad reference with new prospective employers.
 


I AM ALWAYS LIABLE

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by calkathi:
I recently left a managment position, in a retail store. I gave notice, but I left before my notice was up. I have been looking for another job, but I haven't gotten any response after going through the interview process several times. I finally got a call from one prospective employer. She stated that she had question as to my ability to stay at a job. She said she conacted my most recent employer and someone there told her I walked out and left them high and dry. This person who told them this was no supervisor of mine. She actually work under me, and I got her promoted within the company. It is a corporate store, and whenever someone called for a reference check, we were told to give the employer the corporate office number, for them to give out the necessary information. I want to know what can be said about me legally by this former coworker, and how can I get past that bad reference with new prospective employers. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

My response:

Please read, on the main listing of this Board, the question and my response to "employment reference" by Lauriann.

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