The Times (July 27, 2018): Employers are already prohibited from prohibiting whistleblowing in non-disclosure agreements, so new legislation would just be window dressing. Everybody supports employers’ codes of practice and other workplace measures designed to reduce the risk of sexual harassment.
But this week’s recommendations from the women and equalities committee, which has called for new legislation controlling the content of non-disclosure agreements, are wrong and misconceived. They are sensationalist statements designed to grab headlines and will help nobody.
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