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Actually, I shouldn't put Kelley on the spot by asking about her
firm's practices. I meant it as a comment on employers in
general, and I don't think Kelley is obliged to tell us what she
does, unless she wants to.
But the concept is still of interest to me: It's a two-way
street; and employers who are concerned about disgruntled
ex-employees spreading dirt about them, should probably examine
what they say about the ex-employee.
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