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Low-Wage Workers & Noncompete Agreements

Why should an employer have control over where an unskilled worker can take a new job? With the growth of noncompete agreements in the low-wage sector, that's exactly what workers are experiencing. Carol Brooke of the North Carolina Justice Center explained how to defend workers against these agreements in the latest Advocacy Exchange. Watch now, and be sure to check out her Clearinghouse article, Maintaining Options for Low-Income Workers: How to Defend Clients Against Noncompete Agreements

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Supervising for Quality and Impact-July 2018

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Advocacy Exchange

How to Defend Low-Wage Workers Against Noncompete Agreements

with Carol Brooke

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Maintaining Options for Low-Income Workers

How to Defend Clients Against Noncompete Agreements

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