(Closed) Can anyone who works in HR or possibly HR law help me out???

posted 7 years ago in Career
Post # 19
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484 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

@Robin_Sparkles:  I am in HR in Indiana (I see you are from Indy!)…hello fellow Hoosier 🙂

I’m sorry you (and others on here) have such awful HR departments. These are the reason why I try my best to be employee oriented and always put myself in the employee’s “shoes” in any circumstance. Each company has a different policy – but we are not able to comment on job performance either if doing an employee verification – I can only verify dates of employment and title.

If I am doing a loan verification, I have to have the employee’s signature page faxed to me showing that I am authorized to give that information out. But I always make that a priority to call/fax back paperwork for any type of verification because I know what it is like to be waiting at your mortgage processor’s every call for news about closing 🙂

Ooo and good luck working with the government – I work in HR for the government…you better be prepared to take a stand on whether you are a “D” or an “R”… LOL…because you will hear it in the bathroom, at lunch, breakroom…;)

 

 

Post # 20
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1328 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

I would follow up with the company you’re applying to like @futuremrsk18:  suggested.  It would let them know what’s going on, remind them how interested in the job you are, and shows them that you’re throrough and on top of things.

Post # 21
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979 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

So has she called back now?  Have you heard from the new job?  I want an update!! haha I hope everything worked out ok!  Best of luck!

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