While this example deals only with OWBPA issues, most termination agreements also require employees to waive any claims against the employer, including rights under federal, state, and local laws. See point 6 below. 2. The entire waiver agreement shall be in writing. (vii) The example below shows a way to present the necessary information to staff. (This example is not presented as a prototype notification agreement that automatically matches ADEA. Any disclosure of information must be structured on a case-by-case basis, taking into account the structure of the company, the population of the decision-making unit and the requirements of Section 7(f)(1)(H) of ADEA: for example, Y Corporation lost a large works contract and decided that it should terminate 10% of the employees of the construction department. Y decided to offer an indemnity of $20,000 to all appointments in exchange for a waiver of all rights. The waiver provides section 7(f)(1)(H) of the ADEA information as follows: if the waiver of age rights does not meet any of these seven conditions, it is invalid and unenforceable.
 In addition, an employer cannot seek to “cure” an erroneous waiver by issuing a subsequent letter containing the information required by OWBPA, which was omitted from the original agreement.  In 1990, Congress amended ADEA by adding the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) to clarify the prohibitions on age discrimination. OWBPA establishes specific requirements for the “voluntary and scientific” sharing of ADEA rights, to ensure that a staff member has every opportunity to make an informed decision as to whether or not to sign the waiver. There are additional obligations under the law when waivers are requested by a group or class of employees. See “Additional requirements for collective redundancies of employees aged 40 and over” in point IV.B. The example below illustrates how the required OWBPA information can be presented to employees as part of a waiver agreement and should not suggest that employers must adhere to this format. On the contrary, any waiver agreement should be individualised on the basis of an employer`s specific organisational structure and the understanding and training of employees in the unit of decision that resered the dismissal. Another example of how the necessary information could be presented can be found in 29 C.F.R.
§ 1625.22 (f) (vii). If a settlement agreement must still contain a waiver of ADEA, shouldn`t it include the 21-day and 7-day withdrawal periods prescribed by the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA)? 6. A waiver agreement under this Section, which is used to pay an EEOC fee, shall not be subject to the participation or supervision of the EEOC. . . .