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For example, saying that detectives are questioning an employee about a suspected theft could imply that the employee is a suspected thief, or a witness to a theft.

In that case, the court can conclude that the statement meant the employee was a witness and find that the statement is innocent.

The statement that an employee "seemed shifty" expresses an opinion, while the employee "stole from me" is a statement of fact.

If a factual statement has two meanings, one innocent and one defamatory, courts can adopt the innocent meaning and reject the claim for workplace defamation.

The "privilege" is a defense to a defamation claim.

An employer can, for example, respond to a reference request by stating that an employee "stole from us" and avoid a finding for defamation at work, even if wrong, as long as the employer did not act out of malice.

An employer may avoid a finding of defamation if it exercised reasonable care when it made the false statement.

For example, an employer that informs an employee assistance program that a truck driver tested positive for heroin use is not liable for defamation if the positive test was false because the employee did not tell the drug testing lab that he was taking prescribed Vicodin.

For all the employer knew, the drug test was accurate, and it had no reason to believe otherwise.

An employee must prove actual damage in a defamation case, unless the words used to defame the employee amount to defamation "per se." Employees can prove actual damage if the defamatory statement costs them their job.

Defamation at work requires publication of the false statement to a third party.

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