OSHA issues new guidelines for settlements in whistleblower cases

As non-disclosure agreements of various kinds become more prevalent in the workplace, one federal agency tasked with regulating workplaces is taking a stand to protect whistleblower activities. New guidelines by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration seek to protect employees who report activities they see on the job by making sure subsequent settlement agreements are fair, reasonable and in ...

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