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Do i have to tell employer?

Do i have to tell employer? Topic: Employment application school
June 21, 2019 / By Konnor
Question: got done for drink drive 1 year ago at xmas went to court and got licence taken off for 6 months and a fined do i need to tell them bout this and how should i as im applying as a cook at a pre school and if they dont as do I say or wait and see if i get job and tell them only If they offer me it, but if they ask how i say to them? done my time 1 year ago for it no application to fill just intrview
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Imri Imri | 10 days ago
If you lie on an employment application thats grounds for imediate firing. If the application asks then leave it blank and let them ask you verbally.
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Imri Originally Answered: Do i have to tell employer?
If you lie on an employment application thats grounds for imediate firing. If the application asks then leave it blank and let them ask you verbally.

Imri Originally Answered: Can I sue my ex employer for defamation?
Defamation of character likely does not work like you think it would. The person making the damaging statement must have "published" the statement, meaning that some third party must overhear it. In print, this is libel, and in spoken word, this is slander. Now, here is the trick: The thing said/written must have been expressly "published" with the intent of causing you harm (to include damaging your reputation). Things which are said/written that harm your reputation as a side effect typically do not qualify. Normally, a person saying things which you may consider to be damaging is simply telling a story, and the intent is to entertain, not to damage you. The primary intent of defamation must be to cause harm to you. Secondly, the thing said/written must have actually damaged your reputation, provably. That's very tricky. It first requires the third parties to believe the terrible things about you, and then requires them to have lowered their opinions of you as a result. "Provably" means that you would need witnesses to testify that they overheard the things, and decided you were a piece of sh*t as a result. Thirdly, the thing said/written cannot be true. In the likely event that part of the statement is true and part is not, you would have to be able to prove that the untrue parts damaged your reputation, and not the true parts. That's very difficult to do in the case of an exaggerated story that contains some truth, and a lot of false details. If you believe you can meet all three of those criteria, it is still an uphill battle. Defamation is a civil charge, which means that you will be suing, typically for monetary damages. Such damages are based on the actual harm (again, generally monetary) that you suffered from the defamation. Unless the defamation interferes with employment or business opportunities, there is generally no financial harm. You can still seek damages for psychological pain and suffering, but this is obviously difficult to quantify in terms of dollars. So, lawyers will generally not take such cases, as they have no way of knowing if the payout will be worth their time. You CAN take legal action. You can sue anybody for anything, at any time. Your odds of finding representation and winning damages are very low. You should not take my word for this; contact an attorney in your area to discuss it.
Imri Originally Answered: Can I sue my ex employer for defamation?
No just badmouthing you with the residents and your former fellow employees hasn't harmed you FINANCIALLY and you have NOT been PUBLICLY EMBARRASSED where the whole town or city knows about it and they did NOT post it in fliers or anything that you saw around. You only heard what is known as a RUMOR about it. For all you know this resident could be imagining things. Grow up and stop being so overly sensitive!
Imri Originally Answered: Can I sue my ex employer for defamation?
If people believe what they're being told and you are somehow injured by the lies (as in being denied another job), then you can sue for defamation.

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