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New Illinois Workplace Transparency Law Limits Employers’ Ability to Stop Disclosure of Allege

When signed into law last month, the new Illinois Workplace Transparency Act (WTA) included a variety of provisions creating substantial changes for employers and employees starting Jan. 1, 2020. We covered one of the provisions – mandatory annual sexual harassment prevention training – in our blog post here.

The WTA also includes new restrictions on how and whether employers can limit by contract an employee’s disclosure of the employer’s alleged unlawful conduct. The following FAQs address what employers should consider when reviewing their current policies and employment agreements in light of the new restrictions.

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