For college and NFL football coaches, this is the season of hiring and firing. For the rest of us, we can find ourselves addressing updated new year resolutions, including resolutions to find new jobs. Based upon the current unemployment rate, a job should not necessarily be hard to come by, even for low-skilled workers. That […]
Category Archives: Labor and Employment Law
Legal-Ease: Non-compete agreements
More often than not, jobs today require specific training that require a large investment from an employer when hiring a new employee. Further, the value of many businesses is in the relationships and reputation of the business. Many businesses that invest heavily in relationship-building or training want to protect their investment, and primarily these investments are protected with non-compete agreements.