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Tiffany Haddish says an NDA prevents her from revealing who bit Beyoncé

Moneyish

Lawyers tell Moneyish what you need to know before signing a nondisclosure agreement...Verbal agreements don’t count. “Don’t trust anything that’s not part of the written agreement, and if the written agreement deviates from what you’re being told, then you need to clarify that pretty quickly,” Brantner said.

Today's Workplace more

Trump Is Making It Harder for Low-Wage Workers to Organize, But This Fast Food Union Could Win

Michael Arria

Caution: Your Right to a Timely Vote May Be at Risk

AFL-CIO Now

Teacher strikes close schools across Oklahoma and Kentucky

Laura Clawson

EPA reportedly ‘distorted’ meeting notes and workers could be more vulnerable to pesticide exposure

Esther Yu Hsi Lee

Corporate America’s Stealth Campaign to Stop Worker and Environmental Protections

Jordan Barab

Legislation from DeLauro and Clark Would Strengthen Protections for Tipped Workers

AFL-CIO Staff

In the Courts more

EHM Productions, Inc. v. Starline Tours of Hollywood, Inc.

Affirming the award of costs to bus drivers employed by a Hollywood tours company because the sole contention on appeal was that the court erred in entering two consecutive judgments resulting from the same arbitration, but the confirmation of award and costs award did not result in error.

April 5, 2018

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All 22 Women Senators Call For Senate To Address Sexual Harassment

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