Whistleblower Law Blog
OSHA Orders Charles Schwab to Reinstate Two Whistleblowers
The U.S. Department of Labor ordered Charles Schwab to reinstate two employees who allege they were terminated for blowing the whistle on a scheme to falsify entries in a Schwab database system. OSHA investigated their claims under the whistleblower provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and is ordering Charles Schwab to reinstate the whistleblowers and award them back pay with interest, compensatory damages, attorneys’ fees and other relief.
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