The noncompete agreement ban: what you need to know

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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has made a groundbreaking decision that will significantly affect employees and employers across the United States.

The FTC has decided to limit the enforceability of most noncompete agreements in employment contracts, except those applicable to senior executives.

The FTC defines senior executives as workers earning more than $151,164 annually who are in a “policy-making position.”

Noncompete agreements for regular employees, such as those in sales or marketing or engineering teams, will no longer be enforceable.

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