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Is Your Non-Compete or Non-Solicitation Agreement Enforceable?
Is Your Non-Compete or Non-Solicitation Agreement Enforceable?
Is Your Company Using Non-Compete Clauses Legally?
Is Your Company Using Non-Compete Clauses Legally?

Emerging trends in non-compete law can help guide you in implementing the policies around restrictive covenants to protect your business.

President Biden Signs the Speak Out Act
President Biden Signs the Speak Out Act

Employers can no longer have employees sign agreements at the outset of employment that would prohibit the employees from disclosing information related to workplace sexual harassment or sexual assault.

Employee Data Now Subject to California Privacy Law
Employee Data Now Subject to California Privacy Law

Although employee data was previously exempted from California privacy law under the CCPA, the CPRA amendment now includes it. Companies who employ California residents must now be set up to comply with the employee data requirements of the CPRA.

What You Need to Know About Employee Non-Disclosure Agreements
What You Need to Know About Employee Non-Disclosure Agreements
New York Employee Handbook Requirements: What You Need to Include
New York Employee Handbook Requirements: What You Need to Include
California Employee Handbook Requirements: What You Need to Include
California Employee Handbook Requirements: What You Need to Include
What is the American Data Privacy and Protection Act?
What is the American Data Privacy and Protection Act?
Comparing Employee Contracts – SixFifty vs. Rocket Lawyer
Comparing Employee Contracts – SixFifty vs. Rocket Lawyer

To help illustrate the importance of nuances in online legal documents we've written a short comparison of a common employment document used to hire employees: an employment contract. A template from a solution like Rocket Lawyer may seem tempting, but is it worth the risk? See why SixFifty's world-class employment documents outshine a typical online template.