August 11, 2014
The agreement between Apple, Intel, Adobe and Google not only limited the labor mobility of their talents, as employees are so fond of referring to here, but also implicitly imposed a salary cap on them. The logic of the companies involved is that if the workers did not change companies, they would not have to face large increases, either internally to avoid flight, or in new hires. In 2012, employees of Pixar, LucasArts and Intuit, dedicated to animation, reported a similar situation.
The class action lawsuit asks for $ 3 billion to make up for the money they stopped pocketing for their work. If during the trial it were shown, as the defense has dropped, that it is a monopoly practice, the figure could reach 9,000 million dollars.
via A judge rejects the agreement between technology companies not to steal employees | Technology | THE COUNTRY.
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