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Hi,

 

I resigned from my current employer of 4 years and accepted a position obtained through a recruiter at a new employer.

 

The recruiter wants me to fill out a declaration. Most of the questions I've no issue with, but it asks if I've ever been dismissed or disciplined by current or previous employers - yes / no. If yes provide details.

 

I have been honest in the verbal discussions with both recruiter and new company explaining what happened and how I learned from it. I didnt use the words fired or dismissed.. 'parted ways' and 'made redundant'. In both cases I have an agreed reference.

 

Should I select 'Yes' and reiterate the above explanations or 'No'. The new company has been provided with 2 requested references, no issue with the current reference but previous is one of the agreed references.

 

Thank you in advance,

chaoticj

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Are any agreed references under a settlement agreement?

Is it a regulated role eg education, finance, lawyer?

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Hi emmzzi,

 

Yes the agreed references are both under settlement agreements.

 

No it isn't a regulated role.

 

Many thanks.

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Only you can decide but it feels low risk to me. A settlement agreement is just that, a statement of terms of parting company; its mutual agreement. So not a dismissal. I would guess any disciplinary was resolved through the SA and not before, so does not have an outcome?

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you resigned, 

 

if I've ever been dismissed or disciplined by current or previous employers - yes / no. If yes provide details.

 

so... have you..?

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