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Texas Labor Code - Chapter 103 Disclosure By Employer Of Information Regarding Certain Employees Or Former Employees

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  • Texas Labor Code Section 103.001 - Purpose; Legislative Finding
    The legislature finds that the disclosure by an employer of truthful information regarding a current or former employee protects employment relationships and benefits the public ...
  • Texas Labor Code Section 103.002 - Definitions
    In this chapter: (1) "Employee" means a person who performs services for an employer, whether or not for compensation. (2) "Employer" means a person who ...
  • Texas Labor Code Section 103.003 - Authorized Disclosure; Application To Certain Employees
    (a) An employer may disclose information about a current or former employee's job performance to a prospective employer of the current or former employee on ...
  • Texas Labor Code Section 103.004 - Immunity From Civil Liability; Employer Representatives
    (a) An employer who discloses information about a current or former employee under Section 103.003 is immune from civil liability for that disclosure or any ...
  • Texas Labor Code Section 103.005 - Employment Reference
    This chapter does not require an employer to provide an employment reference to or about a current or former employee. Added by Acts 1999, 76th ...
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    Last modified: August 11, 2007