State Reference Immunity Laws - Free Report

Whether or not an employer’s state has laws on references, an employee may be able to initiate a legal battle under statutes relating to slander, defamation, or blacklisting. Fortunately for employers, a new free report posted on AHI’s Employment Law Resource Center located at http://www.ahipubs.com can help stop these potential legal battles from affecting their bottom line.

The free report - "State Reference Immunity Laws" - gives a state-by-state summary of reference immunity laws that can affect how an employer furnishes references, as well as the latest case law demonstrating how non-compliance could land employers in court.

Employers can download this free report today

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