Allina is offering $2 million to settle allegations that it mishandled an investigation into an Allina lab that allegedly mishandled allegations of sexual harassment and assault.

The settlement includes $1.75 million in cash and non-compete clauses, according to a statement from Allina.

The company’s lawyers will continue to represent the company, the statement said.

Allina says it plans to pay a “small percentage” of the settlement as part of a program that it calls “pay to resolve.”

The settlement, which was announced Wednesday, comes less than two weeks after a federal grand jury announced that it was looking into claims of sexual misconduct by Allina employees.

That investigation led to the ouster of CEO John Chen in February and the resignation of senior vice president for human resources, Lola DeSantis, who was charged with conspiracy and obstructing the investigation.

Allynas lawyer, Michael A. McBride, said the company has settled its harassment claims and is looking to “move forward in a productive manner.”