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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5 Employment Law Trends to Watch

In its first year, the Trump administration’s policies have seen a rollback of the Obama administration’s regulations on labor and employment issues. This has prompted states to pass their own laws and brought new responsibilities for employers across the United States. 

Here are five employment law trends companies should watch in 2018:

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Dating a co-worker? You may need a love contract

As more women speak out about sexual misconduct in the workplace, employers are getting increasingly nervous about all the people dating on their watch. 

Engage's CEO, Jay Starkman, speaks to the Boston Globe on this hot topic.

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