Keep up with the various state and local laws that touch on labor, employment, and benefits issues with our weekly “States of Work” roundup. Bloomberg Law’s correspondents bring you a select taste of what’s going on across the country.
Massachusetts Noncompete Limits
Employers requiring workers in Massachusetts to sign noncompete agreements would face limits—such as a one-year cap on the life of the agreement after the employee leaves—under legislation awaiting the governor’s signature.
The Legislature passed revisions to the state’s noncompete laws Aug. 1 as part of a $1 billion economic development bill (H. 4868). Gov.