When companies settle harassment, discrimination, or retaliation cases, it’s pretty standard that all parties sign non-disclosure agreements. For example, a Florida man had to give back an $80,000 settlement for discrimination after his daughter blabbed.
But, New Jersey has decided enough is enough, and from now on, if the victim wants to keep everything quiet, they can, but if they want to speak up, there’s nothing to stop them. Incidentally, once the plaintiff speaks up the defendant (the company) can also speak up.
Employment attorney, Eric Meyer, explains the changes as follows:
To keep reading, click here: New Jersey Makes It Illegal To Require Victims in Discrimination or Harassment Cases to Remain Silent