What Do You Say When You're Asked About an Ex-employee?

Rosner, Bob
November 1999
Workforce (10928332);Nov99, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p24
Presents information on a lawsuit for defamation filed by an ex-employee. Two charges a former employee can sue the employer for; Questions adapted from the `Employers Legal Handbook.'


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