April 25, 2019 - Congratulations to TERRA's Tukwila branch office for being named "Branch of the Quarter" for Q1 2019. Ashley Lyons, Tukwila Staffing Manager, accepted the award on behalf of the team, during TERRA's Quarterly Business Development meeting, held…
January 31, 2019 - TERRA Staffing Group, a top staffing and recruiting firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, named its Mesa office "Branch of the Year” for 2018. The award, based on achieving sales, quality, profitability, and service delivery targets,…
January 31, 2019 – Congratulations to TERRA’s Tukwila office for being named “Branch of the Quarter” for Q4 2018. Tukwila Branch Manager Lance Fischbach accepted the award on behalf of his team during TERRA’s Quarterly Business Development meeting, which was held Wednesday,…
Everett, WA – October 24, 2018 – Congratulations to TERRA’s Seattle office for being named “Branch of the Quarter” for Q3 2018. Anne Skaar, Seattle Branch Manager, accepted the award on behalf of her team during TERRA’s Quarterly Business Development…
Everett, WA – July 25, 2018 – Congratulations to TERRA’s Mesa office for being named “Branch of the Quarter” for Q2 2018. Rebecca Rolak, Mesa Branch Manager, accepted the award on behalf of her team during TERRA’s Quarterly Business Development…
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No More Non-Competes?!
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Catharine Morisset Fisher Phillips
When: July 19, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Washington joined a growing small number of states last month to pass legislation that will significantly restrict noncompetition agreements with both employees and independent contractors.
The law sets a number of limits on non-competition agreements, from a minimum required salary level and limitation on length of the non-competition period. The law also prohibits “no moonlighting” policies for lower wage workers and contains hurdles to enforcement of non-competition agreements.
This presentation will place Washington’s law in the context of other West Coast states’ approaches to these issues.
Employers who have any non-competition agreements or policies will want to attend to aid in development of their strategic plan to protect trade secrets.