Breaking the non-disclosure habit?

By Ann McGauran | 18 June 2019

The House of Commons’ Women and Equalities Committee said last week it is particularly concerned some employers are using non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to avoid investigating unlawful discrimination and harassment complaints and holding perpetrators to account.

Last week’s publication of its report into the use of NDAs in discrimination cases was released in the same week as Stratford-on-Avon DC’s outgoing head of paid service, Isabel Edgar Briancon, complained about her council’s allegedly sexist culture in a now-deleted Facebook post.

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