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Multiple locations? Check local law before setting nationwide rules

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If your company operates in several locations, make sure you're complying with every city and state law. And check your employee handbook, too. It may need to be tailored to individual states where you do business.

Example: A jury awarded nearly $1.2 million to an Aetna account representative who was fired after refusing to sign a noncompete agreement in California, which doesn't enforce such agreements.

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