Last week, on 21 November, the European Commission announced that it carried out a dawn raid in relation to an alleged no-poaching cartel in the food-delivery market.
This is not the first time that an authority opened investigations into no-poach agreements – a deal not to hire each other’s employees – and other hiring practices: the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in October opened its second investigation into wage fixing and the Swiss authority in relation to 34 banks in late 2022.
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