Does an employer have to disclose to an employee that they were accuse of discrimination?

There was an eeoc suit filed naming a specific person in the complaint. The person accused is wrongfully accused, and is now being told that they should know nothing of the ongoing complaint. Now this person is receiving biased treatment from their supervison who has read the complaint. The supervisor leaked the information then rebuted it. The employee accused would like to know if the company is obligated to disclosed to the accused that they are being accused or can the company keep that information confidential? Can this be a defamation of character case for the accused?

0 answers  |  asked May 13, 2010 11:25 PM [EST]  |  applies to Mississippi

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