Non-Solicitation Agreements In Washington State

 Employee non-solicitation clauses are often included within non-compete agreements in Washington, though they may also be found in other agreements or as a stand-alone agreement. Non-solicitation clauses are typically meant to accomplish two primary things: Prevent a former employee from poaching a company’s customers.Prevent a former employee from recruiting a company’s employees.Related: Non-Compete Agreements In Washington StateConsider an example. If you left a Seattle software company to start your own software company, you’d probably be tempted to solicit business from customers of the big software company, especially those customers you’d developed a relationship with. You might also want to convince a few of your former co-workers to come help you start the new company. But if you’d signed a non-solicitation agreement at your former company, then you wouldn’t…

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