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Do I have to give employment references?
Monday, 20 June 2016 08:45

An employee has left and I received a request for a reference, I don't want to give him one because he was not very good and I am glad he has gone. Do  I have to give him a reference?

There is usually no requirement to provide a reference. However some employers do agree to provide a reference and occasionally when an employer has agreed to provide a reference this agreement can be included within the employment contract, which would entitle the employee to claim breach of contract if you fail to fulfill what has been agreed.

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