Wednesday, August 22, 2012

"Headhunters" and Non-Compete Agreements in Pennsylvania - Some Things to Keep in Mind

Human Resource Recruiters in Pennsylvania Are Usually Bound by Non-Compete Agreements

Yet, the personnel recruitment industry is a highly fluid one wherein recruiters frequently move from job to job on a regular basis.  How may one retain one's freedom to choose a new employer or business endeavor when one has executed a seemingly airtight non-compete agreement?

The above-video provides a fairly comprehensive overview of some common common non-compete issues arising in Pennsylvania.  Click Here to read our recent Post on this issue, which includes links to other Posts on a variety of related topics.

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