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16Nov

Pennsylvania's Employer Disclosure Immunity Law: The Truth Will Set You Free

11/16/2015| Reference Number : 63.0| Human Resources, Legislative/Regulatory | Act 168, Immunity | | Return|

All employers worry when they receive a call asking for information about a former employee. In fact, many employers will only give the dates of employment and position last held. But under Act 168, some employers are required to answer in more detail. Fortunately, Pennsylvania law protects employers who disclose truthful, documented information about a current or former employee’s job performance to a prospective employer. Important details follow.

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