The EEOC's Frontal Assault on Severance Agreements

From the Experts

, Corporate Counsel


Employers routinely offer departing employees separation agreements, which would appear to be the very definition of a win-win proposition.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    The former College Socialists staffing the EEOC have become a clownish joke. And the Obammunists wonder why Q1 growth sputtered in at 0.1 percent, five years into a so-called recovery.

  • Dave Crow

    Does the author really mean that the Employer cannot prevent disclosure of confidential information? (

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