MP proposes law to stop employers hiding behind gagging orders

NDAs are being used to silence wrongdoing at work, says chair of women and equalities committee

A senior Tory MP has proposed a law that would stop “scurrilous” employers using gagging orders to silence victims of sexual harassment.

, MP proposes law to stop employers hiding behind gagging orders, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Maria Miller, who chairs the select committee on women and equalities, said employers were being allowed to “conceal unlawful wrongdoing” through the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).

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