a settlement agreement who has the object or effect of concealing details of the right to discrimination, retaliation or harassment. are considered inapplicable to public policy and against a current or former member of staff. which is a party of . . . “Colonies.” N.J.S.A. 10:5-12.8 (a). New Jersey law goes beyond allegations of sexual harassment and encompasses all claims of “discrimination, retaliation, or harassment,” covering a broader range of illegal behavior regarding non-sexist forms of harassment and discrimination. It is significant that New Jersey law does not exempt this prohibition, meaning that there are no circumstances in which an employer can bind a worker to confidentiality obligations in a settlement agreement that resolves these types of claims. .