“I tried to get a better life for my wife and my son, and it backfired.” — Keith Bollinger, a factory manager in Conover, N.C. Credit: Travis Dove for The New York Times

How non-compete clauses keep workers locked in

Conor Dougherty New York Times June 9, 2017

Restrictions once limited to executives are now spreading across the labor landscape — making it tougher for Americans to get a raise.   See full story.

Photo caption:  “I tried to get a better life for my wife and my son, and it backfired.” — Keith Bollinger, a factory manager in Conover, N.C. Credit: Travis Dove for The New York Times

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