Employers! Watch your associates - past and present - because they may determine your future.
The following is an article published today by Michael Felsen - the Labor Department’s regional solicitor of labor in Boston.
test this change We often rely on the testimony of workers, who observed or were affected by safety and health violations, when a company contests OSHA citations before an administrative law judge of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission. Employee cooperation and candor are crucial to these efforts. Just as important, employees who give testimony are protected by the Occupational Safety and Health Act from retaliation or discrimination of any kind on account of their cooperation.
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