FindLaw Answers Started by Wonderingmyrights , Yesterday, 07:53 PM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic 3 posts Posted Yesterday, 07:53 PM Hired in at $8.00 hourly told in 90 days would reevaluate and increase pay. No evaluation was given or even talked about, I did ask. After asking 3 supervisors in the department was asked if I would be willing to add another task to my already full position, I said I would be willing to try, ask about money I received a dollar raise. (the added task was a position by itself, with another person paying the $9.00 hourly) Within 7 work days of being asked/starting the added task, was terminated. And no I hadn't been warned or written up for my job performance. In my shock of the news (never had I ever been terminated) I was told by the supervisor at that time employers can't discuss details about http://theworkerscompensationdirectory.com/ employment only yes or no that they were employed, is that true? And what keeps them from voicing more? So do I have to put on job applications that I have been terminated, or can I put pay? If I have to put terminated how do I or can I explain my situation. 15,875 posts Posted Yesterday, 11:20 PM I was told by the supervisor at that time employers can't discuss details about employment only yes or no that they were employed, is that true? And what keeps them from voicing more?
That might be that employer?s policy ? a number of firms limit the information they give out about former employees to simply verifying that the person once worked there. But the law does not require employers to limit the information private (i.e. non government employers) provide. Generally speaking, the former employer may tell a prospective employer any true fact about the former employee and provide his/her opinion of the employee without facing any legal liability. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/index.php/topic/227142-upset-at-60/