• Based on my experience, past employers CAN share ANY information to new employers. Especially if the parting of ways was not that nice.
  • If it directly affected your performance or what you did at your last position, then yes. They cannot give any information that is not fact based like "I think she must have been having financial problems". They can give information like "creditors called here looking for her several times". Hope this helps.
  • This is a state specific question. Generally, an employer can share any information that goes to the operation of there business (which would include your salaries). Each state varies as to what specific information is protected, but generally, not much is restricted. Most companies have a policy that they wont share information because if any information is false, they are almost guaranteed to he liable for defamation. But that is a policy, not a legal mandate.
  • i would hope not

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