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


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

Massachusetts Moves Forward on Protecting Public Employees. But millions remain without protection.

Jordan Barab

11 Things You Need to Know on Equal Pay Day

Kenneth Quinnell

Kentucky lawmakers put decisions on black lung treatments in hands of industry-paid doctors

Mark Hand

Most Americans think teachers are underpaid. Here's the graph that shows how right they are.

Laura Clawson

The Oklahoma Teachers’ Strike Is a Mutiny Against Austerity

Michelle Chen

In the Courts more

Saunders v. Wilkie

Reversing a Veterans Court determination that a former serviceperson wasn't entitled to disability benefits because the court erred in holding as a matter of law that pain alone cannot constitute a disability without a specific diagnosis or otherwise identified disease.

April 11, 2018

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In the News

Pro Cheerleaders Say Groping and Sexual Harassment Are Part of the Job

Women Can't Have Prior Salaries Used Against Them, Court Says In Equal Pay Case

Men account for nearly 1 in 5 complaints of workplace sexual harassment with the EEOC

Women Harassed at Uber May Finally Get a Payday. But How Much?

Teacher Strikes Show That Workers Have Newfound Power

More and more companies have monopoly power over workers’ wages. That’s killing the economy.

The tax cuts were supposed to help workers. Unions say they’re not.

Seattle bans lower wages for people with disabilities

“I feel mentally numb”: more teachers are working part-time jobs to pay the bills

UPS seen at ‘breaking point’ as pilots lament outsourcing

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