Non-compete clauses could slow higher pay, productivity

By Poppy Johnston
Updated February 21 2024 - 3:00pm, first published 2:55pm
Clauses in contracts can stop employees working for a competitor. (Dan Peled/AAP PHOTOS)
Clauses in contracts can stop employees working for a competitor. (Dan Peled/AAP PHOTOS)

Australian workers could be missing out on higher pay because of a common clause in contracts that stops employees moving to competitors.

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