Can the Senate Stop Low-Wage Employers From Tying Up Workers With Non-competes?

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Can the Senate Stop Low-Wage Employers From Tying Up Workers With Non-competes?

Currently, non-compete agreements are governed by a patchwork of state-level regulations, some of which are coming under scrutiny. For some companies, the question becomes: Why not make your employees subject to a non-compete agreement?

The Washington Post spoke to Engage CEO, Jay Starkman, on the topic. 

 "These days, companies stick in non-competes for just about every position," Starkman says. "We’re seeing them for low-level tech people, hairdressers, payroll processors...”

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4 Tips to Make Sure Your Company's Vacation Schedule Doesn't End up a Hot Mess

If you have multiple employees taking PTO simultaneously, what do you do? In a word, "prepare."

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What Every Employer Should Know About Hiring Interns

It's rare when a for-profit, private sector business can show that the work completed by an intern was not for its immediate advantage. As a result, most companies err on the side of caution and pay their interns.

Learn more about how to implement a paid - or unpaid internship program...

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