This does not prevent employers from using all confidentiality clauses. Employers can continue to apply large-scale confidentiality rules if they separate from a non-discriminatory worker. In other words, you may continue to require a staff member to fully release rights, including discrimination, and to include your standard confidentiality provision as part of an ordinary separation. While FAQs had previously put in place a three-step procedure to remind that confidentiality was the complainant`s preference for sexual harassment allegations, the manual was extended to claims of discrimination. In particular, the FAQs require that the time or condition of confidentiality “be made available to all parties in plain English and, if applicable, the primary language of the person who complained and the person who complained has 21 days from the date on which such a clause or condition is mentioned to reflect that clause or condition.” If, after 21 days, such a clause or condition is the preference of the person who complained, the preference must be included in an agreement signed by all parties to commemorate that preference. For 7 days after the execution of the contract containing the clause or condition, the person who complained can revoke the contract and it does not become effective or enforceable until after the withdrawal period has expired. It is not possible to waive the 21-day or 7-day period, and these periods cannot overlap. It`s going to be hard here. The law also stipulates that an employer must deliver a copy of this communication in English and in the worker`s main language. The law then orders the Ministry of Labour (DOL) to prepare models in other languages not of advertising, but of the Dol model policy for sexual harassment and training materials. Finally, the law directs employers to submit a copy of the communication in the worker`s primary language when THE DOL has produced a presentation of its modelling policy and training materials in that language, but does not provide similar guidance with respect to modelling policy and training materials. The law applies when the provisions of the NDA are incorporated into transaction agreements and are released with individuals who have filed a good faith internal complaint of discrimination or harassment; (b) complained in good faith about a lawyer or claimed to have been subjected to discriminatory or inconvenient behaviour (e.g.

B by a letter of formal notice); and/or (c) a complaint of good faith for discrimination or harassment in a federal, state or local court or administrative authority (i.e., the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights or the New York City Commission on Human Rights). In this case, the parties may agree to include a NOA prohibiting disclosure of the facts and underlying circumstances of the application. Seyfarth Synopsis: The New York State Division of Human Rights has issued guidelines on two aspects of the recently amended Anti-Discrimination Act in New York: (1) “Notice” employers are required to distribute at the time of hiring and at each annual sexual harassment training; and (2) the prohibition of confidentiality agreements that settle discrimination claims, unless confidentiality is the complainant`s preference. The inclusion of an agreement, agreement or other solution to a claim; whose de facto basis is discrimination, in violation of laws prohibiting discrimination, including, but not limited to [NYSHRL], any agreement, agreement or other solution of a claim that constitutes discrimination, including, but not limited to ,[ NYSHRL], a clause or condition that would prevent disclosure of the underlying facts and circumstances of the claim or action, unless the confidentiality condition is the complainant`s preference.