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You need to be honest and tell them why you left. But try to word it in a way so that it doesn't sound as if you are trying to throw your former employer under the bus. This way, it will show the prospective employer that you are honest and have high morals, yet you won't come across as one who bad mouths others. Say it more as a matter of what you are not comfortable with as far as doing something dishonest or illegal, not that your former employer was a crook, con, etc.
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Can an employer in New York refuse to verify employment of a former employee?
Yes, they can. But the best way to handle this is for the previous employer to accurately state the exact dates of employment only. This is, unfortunately, the only defense a previous employer has against a defamation lawsuit in the event any false or even inaccurate information is disseminated by the employer. Many larger companies are actually paying outsourced agencies to handle this issue due to increased defamation lawsuits. Even though many states have specific laws allowing candid, explanatory and useful information about a previous employee to be used, if truthful, those laws do NOT protect the previous employer from a defamation lawsuit initiation by the former employee at any time, whether it is a plausible lawsuit or not. The best thing you can do as an individual is to procure a letter of reference from you previous employer prior to your departure from that job. Then, the next employer has only to verify that the reference is valid from the previous employer. As an employer myself, I can tell you that a complete information refusal from a previous employer throws out a big red flag about the applicant, so if you've done bad at your last job, you might want to specify arguable issues and the nature of the problem you had with the employer on your application. If the previous employer was a smaller company, I would also be concerned about verification of just dates employed, as this indicates an unwillingness to go into detail about the applicant, another big red flag.
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