Fired from Fidelity Investments. what will this employer disclose?
I was fired from Fidelity Investments a few years ago. Does anybody know Fidelity’s policy on what they disclose to employers? I know some companies only verify dates and salary.
Fidelity uses theworknumber.com to verify employment and salary.
I know it is within the law for Fidelity to say I was fired and why, but will they? I made a minor transaction error on an account and was swiftly fired. I did receive unemployment for a time. Can I say I was laid off or will Fidelity tell them that I was terminated?
I would tell the truth, however this employer’s policy is not to hire anyone who was terminated.
Does anyone have experience with Fidelity Investments?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
""I would tell the truth, however this employer’s policy is not to hire anyone who was terminated.""
You know what you have to do.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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What do you care? Like you said, this happened a while ago and you are working now.
- 4 years ago
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