Employer Reference Immunity: SB 264 (1997)
Provides employers immunity from civil liability for providing employee references
Provides employers immunity from civil liability for providing employee references unless proven by a preponderance of the evidence both of the following: 1) the employer disclosed false information and 2) the employer knew or reasonably should have known the information was false.
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