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6 November, 16:56

Many employers are wary of giving references for which of the following reasons? They suck up resources and energy from management, who may have to spend too much time on the phone or writing letters. They may not be able to rehire a good employee if they move to a better job. They fear that if they give a positive reference for someone who doesn't work out in a new job, they may be sued by that person's new employer. They fear that negative reviews may result in former employees suing the company.

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  1. 6 November, 17:43
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    The most accurate answer is * They fear that if they give a positive reference for someone who doesn't work out in a new job, they may be sued by that person's new employer.

    Explanation:

    Giving a reference of an employees character, professional and ethical behavior, productivity and integrity is a great responsibility and not just a mere simple act.

    this is mainly because the references are a main way to assess the suitability of hiring an employee and if we give an incorrect reference, the other firm might rely on it and hire an ineffective employee.
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