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There is no legal obligation on an employer to provide a reference for an employee. However, an agreed reference can be included as an “appendix” or “schedule” to the agreement. This is a useful addition to the agreement from an employee’s perspective as you will have certainty about what the company will say about you to future perspective employers. The reference will have to be agreed and negotiated with your employer. It may be a factual reference which states your name, role and length of service at the company. You may also ask for a “glowing” reference which sets out your role and achievements at the company in more detail. It is worth noting that some employers only allow a factual reference to be included in the agreement in line with company policy.

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