So, Bank of America fired me for not making it to work during a blizzard so bad the entire state was shut down in a state of emergency... I had called in, I was not a no call no show. About a month later the department I worked in was shut down. I was too ashamed to pursue investigating the matter or demanding my job back.
What concerns me now is what information will Bank of America share when my new employer calls them for verification? Do I have to share the embarassing information that I was wrongfully terminated? Can I say I was laid off? I firmly believe I was fired so that BoA didn't have to give me a severance. I've been collecting unemployment from them and their recruiters have tried to get me to reapply. I feel this is evidence to support my belief. Any advice or insight would be greatly appreciated.