Like any relationship, a separation between an employer and employee can be difficult. It can be even worse if one party is surprised by the separation. Non-competition agreements are an important tool for employers to help mitigate the difficulties of employment separation, especially when it is the employee doing the leaving. Here are three tips for employers using or thinking about using non-competition agreements/Read more »
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