A lawsuit claims H&R Block systematically suppressed wages in its tax offices through “no-poach” clauses in contracts that govern stores owned by franchisees rather than the company itself.
A lawsuit claims H&R Block systematically suppressed wages in its tax offices through “no-poach” clauses in contracts that govern stores owned by franchisees rather than the company itself. Photo illustration Neil Nakahodo
A lawsuit claims H&R Block systematically suppressed wages in its tax offices through “no-poach” clauses in contracts that govern stores owned by franchisees rather than the company itself. Photo illustration Neil Nakahodo

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