“Employers Aren’t Allowed to Disclose Anything Except Job Titles and Dates of Employment”

Occasionally, we encounter HR people who make statements like, “Employers aren’t allowed to disclose anything except job titles and dates of employment of former employees.” Regardless of which side of the employment fence you happen to be on, there is still a pervasive notion that employers aren’t allowed to disclose much of anything about former…

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Comparing Past Job Performance with the Requirements of the Job – Part 2

Now, because every job varies slightly, as do work environments, there probably will be some special concerns the hiring manager will want to build into his standard list of reference questions. Let’s refer back to the example in Part 1 of this Blog involving the “practical” job requirements of managing mature, long-tenured employees. Knowing that…

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