If a rater is not authorized to give a reference because they work for an organization that has a "no-reference" policy, they can still legally respond to the Checkster survey. Here's why:
- The responses given by your raters represent their own individual experiences with you, and do not represent the views or experiences of their organization.
- In some cases (not all) the rater's responses are confidential, and are aggregated into charts and graphs along with the responses given by the other raters. This makes it so that the hiring organization cannot trace a specific response back to an individual rater.
If you're not sure whether your report is confidential or not, contact Checkster Support to find out.