You shouldn't necessarily give up on hiring promising job candidates just because one of their references has a low opinion of their work, Suzanne Lucas writes. The former boss might have been the problem, and because you have never met the reference, you cannot adequately judge the person's reliability, she writes.
Why you should take references with a grain of salt
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