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Hello, my name is ***** ***** it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. I am afraid you cannot force the employee to remove data about you which reflects your employment with them. They have the right to retain that for a reasonable period of time. If you do not want to include your history there you could simply not list them on any future applications but it could be lying as you will be missing out factual information. Instead you could try not to use them as a reference. But I am afraid you can't just erase the past like that - this is what happened and there will be records that will continue to exist about this
Do you think it could change anything if the company change the owner? And is it not possible to make any type of request to get rid of that? I was trying to appeal from that decision but previous employer just ignored me and I didn't enjoy the opportunity to go to tribunal. Also I would like to know for how long records could be kept. Thank You
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