If you are applying for a new job once you are relieved from the current company or if you are terminated! It is always advised to take the feedback from the previous employer because when one gets into a new job, the new employer will anyways conduct Background Verification activity.
You should be prepared to welcome what your former employer will disclose to the verifying authorities about the circumstances of your (if) termination from the company.
Legal challenges don’t exist for any employer in telling the truth that the employee has been terminated, laid off, left. They can even share the reasons for your termination if they are authorized/allowed as per company policy.
However, if an employer purposefully provides false information that the employee was fired or terminated, they may have to face legal consequences which even damages the reputation of the company.
Almost every company shares employee information as per their company policy. Fortunately, they share the date of employment, job title, job description, and salary details which is sufficient enough to verify a candidate’s employment history.
One should check the labor website for information on what are the limitations to the employers in disclosing employee information to the verifying authorities and can check employee rights when one has been fired.
You should check labor website for the information what are the limitations of employers in disclosing employee information and can check employee rights when you have fired.
Admitting the truth that you have been fired will show your honesty before the company. Take the time to process the reasons, whether they are due to shortcomings on your part, or entirely circumstantial, and try to represent the facts in an as flattering a way as possible.