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    Do employers have a responsibility to alert other employers to an employees wrong doing by supplying an unfavorable reference? Why or why not? Discuss the conflict between community responsibility and corporate self-protection.

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    Yes, in my opinion, employers have an ethical responsibility towards other organizations or employers to alert them of any previous wrongdoings that their prospective employee might have done. As good business ethical practices and also under the perjury of law, employers need to give a fair picture of the prospective employee's capabilities, past mistakes, achievements and weaknesses to future employers. Not ...

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    The solution discusses the responsibility of employers.