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Name, Rank and Serial Number: What You Should And Should Not Disclose When Providing References

True or false: When asked to give a reference for a terminated employee, you should provide only the person's name, dates of employment and, if asked, salary level? True. Furnish just about any other information and – assuming it's negative – the former employee could sue your company for, among other things, defamation.