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References – dealing with un-investigated allegations

October 2011
Mayer Brown Legal Update
A helpful Court of Appeal decision has clarified the position for employers when giving references where allegations about an ex-employee’s capability or conduct come to light after they have left. In this case, the former employer was not negligent when it provided a reference which referred to allegations against a former employee but made it clear that these allegations had not been investigated.
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