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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Personal Relationships with Co-workers Have Benefits – and Pitfalls

Aren’t there rules about getting too close at work?

If there are, most people aren’t following them. A recent survey conducted by LinkedIn found that 95% of working professionals believe it’s a good idea to be friends with co-workers, and 63% hang out outside of the office.

Welcome to the workplace of 2019, where personal relationships between co-workers are the norm, and even romantic liaisons aren’t necessarily frowned upon. In fact, many employers actually have policies around colleagues dating, which varies from company to company.

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A Guide for Managing Workplace Immigration Rules

As the debate around immigration reform heats up, many employers are worried.

Their concerns, however, stem less from the issues the media tends to focus on, such as President Trump's plan to build a wall along the Mexican border or illegal immigration. Instead, what’s impacting employers is changing legal immigration rules and procedures.

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