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Attorney General Restrictive Employment Agreements

Concerning the attorney general's oversight of restrictive employment agreements.
2024 Regular Session
Labor & Employment
Bill Summary

The bill grants the attorney general rule-making authority over restrictive employment agreements.

Current law allows an employer to recover the expense of educating and training a worker where the training is distinct from normal, on-the-job training. The bill regulates the recoverable expense as other consumer debt and student debt.

The bill also adds the requirement that, for an employer to recover the expense, the training must comply with rules promulgated by the attorney general regarding the transferability of the training or credentialing that is available to the employee as a result of the training.

(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)




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