From non-competes to wage increases, there's a plethora of change coming
In a year marked by sweeping employment law upheavals, you’d be hard pressed to find one more revolutionary than the Working for Workers Act. Bringing about wage stabilizations while simultaneously ending non-competes and upending surveillance laws, the Act is a vast as it is unprecedented. But as many of the changes seem rooted in individual employer choices, the Act has left HR leaders unsure as to what to do next. After all, how can you follow the rules when they’re not all that specific?