In September 2018, the Economic Opportunities Program hosted “The Justice System and Jobs: How Court Decisions Are Shaping Americans’ Work Lives,” which examined the critical role that courts have in setting the rules for the employer-employee relationship.
In this clip, Evan Starr of the University of Maryland discusses how noncompete clauses can limit workers’ wages and mobility.
Tweet Even when they aren’t enforced, noncompete clauses can harm workers’ ability to change jobs and move ahead. @evanpstarr of @SmithSchool @UofMaryland explains.
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