This article posted to our partner site provides insight on the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) and the fact that employers are not allowed to notify employees or prepare them in any way for inspections and checks as this would impede the Commissions investigations. Furthermore, employers are legally prohibited from using “outside parties” in confidentiality agreements in regards to who employees are not allowed to discuss matters with.


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