An EEOC office says that employees have a right to talk about investigations
Daily Business Review
An Equal Employment Opportunity Commission field office has warned an employer against barring workers from talking about an internal harassment investigation
The Daily Report
A recent letter sent by a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission field office to an employer is giving some employment lawyers pause. On Aug. 3, the agency's Buffalo office warned the employer
A letter sent by a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission field office raises questions about the legality, under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, of telling employees not to discuss an inter
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