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Honeywell International Inc. Message Board

  • hansy4prez hansy4prez Nov 6, 2012 5:35 AM Flag

    How to sue for publishing false statements because internal job performance reviews were shared

    Here's something you might do. Have a friend call the company's human resources department or personnel office. The friend tells them you have applied for a job with them and he is looking for a recommendation from former employers. If the business is smart the only thing they will tell your friend is that you worked for them from one date to another date - period. If they actually tell your buddy that they fired you for groping a customer, that is actionable - TELL YOUR LAWYER. You also do not have to wait to be terminated. Companies give you a negative job review first because they want to get rid of you and build a false record trail before actually letting you go in attempt to make it more difficult for you to sue. Lawyers are well aware of this common trick so take action as soon as possible so do not wait to be terminated.

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