Do I have to include a company on my resume with whom I am having issues? Because they are not professional, they can

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Customer: Do I have to include a company on my resume with whom I am having issues? Because they are not professional, they can make negative statements, and they do not have to supply documentation for their negative comments. I am afraid a new employer would automatically dismiss my resume after contacting them.
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I would be more than happy to assist you with your legal questions. I am sorry to hear about your issue with your employer. I know that can be stressful and difficult to experience.  You have no legal obligation to put a prior employer on your resume.  You can exclude that employer without suffering any legal consequence if you are concerned with what they will state about you. You can choose which prior employers you place on your resume.

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No problem and I wish you the best of luck. If you have any follow up questions, then lease let me know. Thank you for using just answer and have a good day.
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