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I got a call from a Background Screening Company. They asked to verify employment of one of our employees. I asked that they fax an authorization for release of information signed by the employee. They did, but he checked the box "do not contact my current employer." I do not plan to verify employment without his authorization to contact us, nor do I plan on talking to the employee about it. Would you agree?
The employee is working on critical projects. If he leaves us abruptly it will hurt us. I now know that he is planning on leaving us. There is no question that he has applied for work elsewhere. Can we act on this information? What would you do? My job is to do what is best for the company. This means talking to his supervisor and either putting a plan in place to try and keep him or recruiting for his replacement.