Can My Employer Pressure Me To Break the Law?

Employee Rights
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It was  recently reported   that employees at TD Bank have been pressured to violate banking laws in order to meet sales quotas. Some employees reported having to take medical leave because of the resulting stress.
In Connecticut and Massachusetts, employers may not pressure employees to violate the law. Employees who refuse to engage in illegal conduct like lying to banking customers, can sue if they are fired or forced to quit for this reason. Both Connecticut and Massachusetts have powerful whistle-blower and anti-retaliation laws.

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