Laws accomodating pregnancy in the workplace

Public policy encourages a free flow of information among employers about potential employees, so the law carves an exception out of the law of workplace defamation for reference requests.

If the employer knows that the employee did not steal but says so anyways, the employer probably loses the privilege.

The employee must still prove that the statement caused damage, though.

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The "privilege" is a defense to a defamation claim.

An employer can, for example, respond to a reference request by stating that an employee "stole from us" and avoid a finding for defamation at work, even if wrong, as long as the employer did not act out of malice.

For all the employer knew, the drug test was accurate, and it had no reason to believe otherwise.