A current employee is still employed by that particular employer; a former employee is not.
It means the difference between what you are doing now and what you were doing before.
For instance your present job and the one you had prior to it.
No. An employee, whether current or former, cannot use your medical record without your consent.
do not have current address
well, in my nation my ex-boss and a former employee of his follow me home and into my washroom, and my government does nothing about it.
Former is an adjective and formerly is an adverb.
Both of them are pointers, but otherwise they are completely unrelated. The former points to the current position of the stack, the latter points to the current instruction of the program.
A former employee is a non employee. You can discuss what you want.
A former employee is a person who used to work for the company but no longer do. This includes those that were let go or that quit on their own.
The difference is that the former is correct usage and the latter is not.
No... you have to get them to every employee who worked for you during the year. Otherwise how would they file their taxes.
A disgruntle employee is dangerous to current workers. In the sentence, disgruntle refers to a former employee who is upset about losing their job.
I would imagine that you are wondering if you can be sued for slander if you speak critically of a former employee. Generally speaking, it is legal to speak the truth. If you were planning to tell lies about your former employee, that could get you into trouble.