Disclosure is the term used to describe the process of a business communicating with its employees or the general public in regards to potential hazards. The term is usually used in regards to a company’s business practices and any harm it could bring not only to plant and animal life in the area, but also to employees or citizens in the community. Each state and some local communities have their own specific laws governing what a company must disclose and what it can keep to itself. Even without laws in place, it is considered good business practices to be honest with employees about potential hazards and to pay them accordingly.
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