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Eight more restaurant chains are ending 'no-poach' policies that limit workers' options

Eight additional restaurant chains have committed to scrap policies that limit workers' ability to move from one franchise to another in search of better wages and work opportunities, Washington state Atty. Gen. Bob Ferguson announced.

In July, seven restaurant and fast-food chains, including Carl's Jr. and Cinnabon, agreed to remove these rules from their franchise contracts. Now

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