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Blog of the Week- Restricted Use of Non-Compete Agreements Gains Traction in New England

Blog of the Week- Restricted Use of Non-Compete Agreements Gains Traction in New England

Employers desiring to require low-wage earners to sign and comply with non-competition agreements will find that such agreements are becoming increasingly less enforceable. Courts across the country are refusing to enforce non-competes against low-wage employees, and some states are also taking legislative action to prohibit these agreements.

Small Necessities: Your Duty to Provide Leave to Working Parents

Small Necessities: Your Duty to Provide Leave to Working Parents

Your employee wants to use two hours of PTO to attend a conference or a school event for a minor child.  You deny the request, reasoning that PTO should be taken in whole day increments for the purpose of vacations, and allowing the employee to take two hours of PTO may disrupt business operations for the day.  Are you complying with the law?

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