• Fast-food companies agree to end no-poaching agreements

    10 days ago - By Philly

    Seven fast-food companies announced Thursday that they will no longer use no-poaching agreements - which prevent employees from switching between franchises within chains - in their contracts. The decision comes days after a team of states attorneys general, including Pennsylvania's and New Jersey's, requested information from eight chains about their use of the agreements.
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  • Fast-Food Chains Back Away From Limits On Whom They Hire

    Fast-Food Chains Back Away From Limits On Whom They Hire

    10 days ago - By NPR

    Seven fast-food franchises, facing potential prosecution from the state of Washington, abandoned a practice critics say hurt workers' chances of earning more and moving up the ladder.
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  • Fast-food chains agree to end 'no-poaching' policies

    10 days ago - By Philly

    SEATTLE - Seven national fast-food chains have agreed to end policies that block workers from changing branches - limiting their wages and job opportunities - under the threat of legal action from the state of Washington.
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  • 7 fast food chains agree to drop “no-poaching” clauses

    10 days ago - By Washington Post

    Arby's, Auntie Anne's, and McDonald's were among the businesses agreeing to drop the practice.
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  • 7 Fast-Food Chains to End ‘No Poach' Deals That Lock Down Low-Wage Workers

    10 days ago - By NY Times

    McDonald's and Arby's are among the fast food companies that have agreed to drop a hiring practice that keeps workers from moving between franchises within a chain.
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