Can I sue a past employer? Posted on March 02, 2011

I was recently employed at a company for about 1.5 years. I was "accused" of stealing money from a cash register but I was told there was no proof, and could not be fired for that reason. I eventually left the company and decided to find a new job. I recently got hired for a new company as a cashier as well and I filled out paperwork and was supposed to start working this week. I got a call from the company today and was told they ended up having to decline my employment status because of the "claims" made at my last job. I was curious as to whether my last company was able to release that information at all since they had already informed me that there was no proof and I was not fired for any reason.

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