Truework is an employment verification agency. Employers hire companies like Truework to provide information on a candidates employment history and income.
Employment verification is a common practice, that is why we fill out applications and send resumes when we apply for jobs. The problems with automating this process is that not all of the providers of this information alway have it right. If your employment report provided by Truework is incorrect, it could prevent you from getting the job you applied for.
Truework does provide a free report if your employer uses them. You can see the report and a list of third parties that have been authorized to view your file.
If there are mistakes on the report provided by Truework, you have the right to dispute those errors. Truework will have 30 days to investigate and make any corrections.
If Truework does not correct your employment report even though you have proof that the information they provided was incorrect and you lost out on a job, you may be entitled to damages.
You don’t have to just sit back and let false information be passed around to potential employers. You shouldn’t have to keep explaining that they have your information wrong. If you have tried to dispute an employment report provided by Truework and they have not corrected the information, you need to contact the consumer protection law firm of Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. now. They will fight back for you. They don’t get paid until you do, so fill out the form or call now to get a free case review.