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Contract to sign The Biden team plans to work with Congress to eliminate all noncompete agreements, except the very few that are absolutely necessary to protect a narrowly defined category of trade secrets. (Photo: Shutterstock)

After a fiercely contentious, chaos-inducing, and at times, dystopian run up to the 2020 presidential election, it now appears clear that Joe Biden will be sworn in as our 46th president on Jan. 20, 2021. A new administration will be poised to implement sweeping policy changes, including greater protections for workers, unions and independent contractors. In this column, we will take a look at what the employment law world can expect from a Biden/Harris administration. Details on the Biden/Harris plan can be found at https://joebiden.com/empowerworkers/#.

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