Indigo Employees: Want to Escape Your Non-Compete?
EARN’s new tactic enables you, together with one or more of your
non-supervisory coworkers, to negotiate with Indigo together to eliminate your noncompetes under the protection of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
Join EARN-TIE now by filling out the form below, and read our Media Coverage and FAQ below.
The End of the Noncompete Clause – Harvard Business School Alumni Bulletin • Abolishing Noncompetes — One Company at a Time – IEEE-USA InSight • Eliminating Noncompetes One Employer at a Time… – OnLabor • New York Times • BostInno • Computerworld • Financial Times non-compete agreement
“IEEE‘s Worcester (Massachusetts) Section supports EARN’s efforts to reduce the burden of noncompetes on Massachusetts technology professionals. Noncompete agreements lower the Massachusetts technology workforce’s ability to respond to changing market conditions, and thereby reduce the flexibility and competitiveness of the Bay State’s economy. These agreements can have a chilling effect on individual professionals’ ability to pursue careers they have studied hard and invested to achieve. A one year noncompete is equally damaging as it makes it impossible to maintain career continuity or to pursue a bona fide offer in a similar field. We would support specific intellectual property exclusions to protect corporate trade secrets rather than blanket restrictions on responsible professionals.” – C. Vernon Gaw, Chair, Worcester County Section, IEEE
“We applaud EARN’s efforts to negotiate to eliminate the noncompete agreements in its members’ employment contracts. We’ve offered our advice to help make this new model for negotiating noncompetes successful.” – Greg Junemann, President, IFPTE