White House Aims to Lift the Curse of Overreaching Non-Compete Agreements
Responding to the economic impact of unnecessary and overreaching non-compete agreements – and even recent examples of employers colluding to limit job options of employees – the White House last week announced a new push to “Spur Competition in the Labor Market and Accelerate Wage Growth.” It’s about time.
Wow! a National Push to Reform Non-Compete Policies Across States? How Did I Miss it?
It would be understandable if you missed the announcement. The White House announcement slipped from media attention amid the frenzy in the last weeks of the presidential election and the excitement of the World Series’ return to Wrigley Field. How could the legal policy shift on an issue of labor economics compete for media attention? Continue reading ““Non-compete agreements narrow the employment options for an estimated one in five workers in the United States.” “