RE: Records accessible to corporations? [3:2892] posted 08/02/2001
- Subject: RE: Records accessible to corporations? [3:2892]
- From: "Marshal Schoener" <mschoener@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 14:02:27 -0400
They have no way of finding out your salary through your past employer.
It is illegal for your previous employeer to give that info out.
You would be surprised at the things past employers aren't allowed to tell
However, I know of a few people who were asked how much they make at an
They were also asked for a pay stub to validate it.
I am assuming this is legal for the company to do, however I believe it is
That being said, I wouldn't get into the habit of lying about it :-)
> do the corporations already know when you approach
> them with your resume
> about your previous jobs and previous salaries?
> i mean i dont think so the cos. can ask for your SSN
> when you apply for
> a job but when you get the job and sign the
> docs.then obviously you show
> them your SSN.
> So i would understand that before they employ you
> they dont have access
> to previous salaries..so is it possible to lie a bit
> about the previous
> salary? like make a 45k into a 55k
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