Online Poll: Non-Compete Agreements

Person filling Non-Compete Agreement Form. View from above

NORTHBROOK, IL—August 9, 2019—Last month we covered an NPR story about the rise of non-compete agreements for blue-collar workers. Non-compete clauses are common for many white-collar professionals, but as the labor market has gotten more competitive, non-competes are on the rise for blue-collar workers as well.

That’s precisely our query in our latest Cleanfax Online Poll. Do you require your employees to sign non-compete agreements? Have you considered it? Are you firmly against it? Let us know below!

Participation takes only a moment of your valuable time. While your response is confidential, your answer just might help another person in our industry make a business decision or find solace in shared misery. Take a moment to share your thoughts with the latest Cleanfax Online Poll regarding non-compete agreements.

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Looking for the results of a previous poll? Visit our poll archive. There you can see the results of polls on a wide range of topics, such as how you pay your techs, what’s most important when buying a new truckmount, whether auto dialers work when fishing for new business, and many more.


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