More than ever, employers are filing suits to enforce restrictive covenants when workers quit their jobs, and employment lawyers say The Great Resignation is driving that trend.
Courts across the country are seeing more suits against employees who left to join a competitor, or to start their own business, and are accused of violating non-compete, non-solicit and non-poaching agreements.
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