Judge Certifies Class in Silicon Valley 'No-Poach' Case

, The Recorder


SAN FRANCISCO — In one of Silicon Valley's most closely watched cases, a federal judge on Thursday certified a class of more than 60,000 skilled workers who accuse Adobe Systems Inc., Apple Inc., Google Inc. and Intel Corp. of illegally suppressing their pay through a conspiracy not to compete for each other's employees.

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    More than just the companies themselves are ultimately involved in wage suppression. Pretty much every recruiting agency maintains a "no poach" list strictly enforced among their recruiters. Wrote about this and the implications here: http://blog.mightyspring.com/post/74827679281/battling-outside-forces-in-employment

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