This week, we look at the increased focus on non-compete agreements across the country.
The Current Environment for Non-Compete Agreements
There has been a wave of legislation restricting non-compete agreements in the states, as well as a focus on such agreements at the federal level. The continued shift towards remote work has also complicated non-competes. How do employers maintain compliance? Attorney Erik Weibust tells us more.
On Your Radar: New Requirements for Plan Sponsors
Plan sponsors should be closely monitoring the “Securing a Strong Retirement Act,” which recently passed the U.S. House of Representatives. The new law also has favorable support in the Senate and would, among other things, impose additional requirements on employers that sponsor 401(k) and 403(b) plans. Read more.
Spring Ahead on Your Anti-Harassment Training
Year-end deadlines for anti-harassment training requirements can creep up. Get ahead this spring, and check out a preview of our Halting Harassment® online course to meet your deadlines with training your employees will love. View preview.
Massachusetts Court Rules on Massachusetts Wage Act’s Treble Damages
Alicia Maziarz, Greg Keating
Washington, D.C. Announces FY 22 Universal Paid Leave Amounts
Nathaniel Glasser, Ann Knuckles Mahoney, Eric Emanuelson, Catherine Kang
Are the Shadows Lifting?: SCOTUS Today
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