Hello, I just received an informal job offer via email. they said they will send the formal one, once I complete their online application (verified by a third party). I have some questions: -Can i list my salary history as confidential? I'm worried that if they see my previous salary was very low, they may retract the offer -do i have to list every job from the past seven years? there were jobs that i truly forgot the dates (and they are in different industries) -do i have to list my high school and college graduation dates (i'm worried about age discrimination) any help would be greatly appreciated.
Administrative Law Lawyer
These aren't legal issues.
You have an offer. It is contingent on completing the application and employment process. You can refuse to provide any info you choose> If you refuse any requested info, the prospective employer may accede to your position or the employer may go away and hire someone else more forthcoming. That's your risk. But none of this is mandated by law. Do what you will and accept the consequences.
Most applicants in this economy would be more than happy to provide the info requested, but YMMV.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
You should repost under contracts and labor law. There is nothing pertaining to education law in NYS in your query.
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