Giving References Without Getting Sued

Holly Elissa Bruno with Brian Crowe

Checking references on proposed job applicants is a tricky part of the child care business. Employers who say too much can wind up in court. This limits what you can say when references are requested and what you’ll get when you seek references yourself. Here are the basics you need to know.
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Holly Elissa Bruno, author, teacher and keynote speaker in early childhood education leadership, worked as Assistant Attorney General for the state of Maine. An alumna of Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management, Holly Elissa teaches leadership and management courses for Wheelock College across the country. Her articles have been published in Child Care Exchange and NAEYC’s Young Children journal.
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