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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New Study Shows Higher Revenue Growth And Increased Profitability For Small Businesses That Use A PEO

Annual revenue growth for small businesses that use a professional employer organization  (PEO)  is double that of comparable non-PEO firms, and companies that use a PEO are also 16 percent more likely to report an increase in profitability, according to a new study released today by the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO) at its annual conference in Orlando.

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Can You Fire Someone for Being a White Supremacist?

A human resource department in corporate America would be highly unlikely to sit back while an employee displayed swastikas on his desk or espoused ideas about racial superiority at the coffee machine. Outside of the office, however, the relationship between corporate codes of conduct and hateful politics is less straightforward. 

Engage CEO Jay Starkman is quoted in this article from Bloomberg.  Read this news

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