AN EXCURSION THROUGH STRANGE TERRAIN: CHAPTERS 6 (DEFAMATION) AND 7 (PRIVACY AND AUTONOMY).

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Abstract

The article focuses on employee restatement laws in the U.S. and discusses the legal provisions for defamation, privacy and autonomy. It reports that the law asserts that an employer owes a duty to a prospective employer to not providing false information in a matter in which the prior employer has special knowledge and which information may reasonably be relied upon by the prospective employer in making a hiring decision.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)465-496
Number of pages32
JournalEmployee Rights & Employment Policy Journal
Volume16
Issue number2
StatePublished - Oct 1 2012

Keywords

  • Employee reinstatement laws
  • Employee loyalty
  • Information sharing -- Law & legislation
  • Libel & slander
  • Labor laws & legislation -- United States

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