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Fired? They Can Find Out. (VIDEO)

Fired? They Can Find Out. (VIDEO)

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Can an employer find out I was fired, not laid off?

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2 thoughts on “Fired? They Can Find Out. (VIDEO)

  1. I worked in HR at my previous job (a midsized federal contractor)  the only information they provided was name, rank and serial number. They didn’t care what form you signed. When I was recruiter I had to check references all day long and all I could ever get from the HR department was start-date, end-date and job title. Nothing more. People are far too litigious these days for companies to go on the record regarding why your employment ended. However, it’s not hard to find a friend of a friend within your industry who will give you the dirt on someone. I’ve never been fired, but if I did, I would just be honest about it. That takes the power away from it. Eventually, I would run into an employer who’s not a judgmental snob.

  2. I worked in HR at my previous job (a midsized federal contractor)  the only information they provided was name, rank and serial number. They didn’t care what form you signed. When I was recruiter I had to check references all day long and all I could ever get from the HR department was start-date, end-date and job title. Nothing more. People are far too litigious these days for companies to go on the record regarding why your employment ended. However, it’s not hard to find a friend of a friend within your industry who will give you the dirt on someone. I’ve never been fired, but if I did, I would just be honest about it. That takes the power away from it. Eventually, I would run into an employer who’s not a judgmental snob.

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