Need to know if a former employer can legally tell other employees to write bad reports about me.
I worked as a MA for a year for a provider that was unprofessional & unethical. I put in my 2 weeks notice because I had asked 4 times to be moved away from this provider to no avail. She would yell and degrade me & patients and other employees, violate HIPAA laws, and I had enough so I quit. On the first day of my 2 weeks, I was asked to leave the facility, escorted out and I asked for my employee file before I left and I was told I would have to ask an owner. I did, and still have not received it. The clinical manager is asking employees to write bad reports about me. legal?
To Setank Setunk....EFF YOU! How dare you answer my legal question with some bullshit answer! This website is a joke and I thought REAL attorneys answer these questions, not dumb asses with nothing better to do!
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