Say do not contact current employer resume
From: Jean P.
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Confidentiality in job searches is important, though being overly concerned might portray an employee as someone who won't fit well into the workplace. Most employers dealing with personal information are aware of its proper use and the legal consequences of abuse. If you have good reason to suspect a breach of trust, and the consequences of such an action are high, stating on a resume, "Please use confidentiality" should be done with tact. The intent must imply that if this information does happen to get out, it would be detrimental, rather than accusing the employer that he would release your information.
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What's the polite way to tell a potential employer to NOT contact your current employer?
Is it OK to Omit My Current Company's Name on a Resume?
The Workplace Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for members of the workforce navigating the professional setting. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I recently applied for a job and I filled out everything online. There is one question that says, "Can we contact your current employer?
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Can I Put a Job I Currently Have on My Resume?
What do you put on a resume when you do not want to put the name of your current company? You simply cannot omit the name of your current employer. Saying who you work for says something to a prospective employer about who you are and what type of work you do. You won't benefit in any way from hiding this information. If your concern is that you don't want your current employer to know you are looking for a job, then that's a common request from job hunters and is understood and accepted by most recruiters.
One of my readers I'll call her Mary asked if it was fair for a potential employer to want to contact her current boss while she is secretly looking for a new job. She was understandably upset that they would call to speak with him, without telling her whether or not she's a finalist. This is especially important if a boss will hold it against you when they find out — and you don't get the job. A slightly different angle on this question is, if you have the choice, should you risk having your current employer called at all if they don't even know you're looking.