“Make it easier to change jobs and help raise wages by banning or limiting non-compete agreements and unnecessary, cumbersome occupational licensing requirements that impede economic mobility.”
“Competition in labor markets empowers workers to demand higher wages and greater dignity and respect in the workplace. One way companies stifle competition is with non-compete clauses. Roughly half of private-sector businesses require at least some employees to enter non-compete agreements, affecting some [36 to 60 million] workers.”
“Encourages the FTC to ban or limit non-compete agreements.”
This may affect multi-inspector firms that hire inspectors as well as state laws that currently require supervised inspections to acquire a home inspector license.
Many thanks to InterNACHI staffer Kaela for this update.