Improperly fired Exxon scientists suspected of sharing information, Labor Department says

The Department of Labor said it found Exxon Mobil illegally fired two company scientists because they suspected they were sharing information with the Wall Street Journal about concerns the couple had previously raised with the company.

That of the department Occupational Safety and Health Administration said friday Exxon must reinstate the two employees and pay them more than $800,000 in back wages, interest and damages.


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