A non-compete agreement in Idaho is a tool that employers use to protect the competitive edge and trade secrets of their company from employees and business partners who can divulge such information once their employment comes to an end. These agreements often include promises that the employee will not engage in competitive behavior once his or her employment comes to an end. Competitive behavior is generally seen as the employee working for a competitor immediately after leaving or being terminated from a company or working for a similar company within a certain geographic region.
Idaho has laws that both enforce and restrict the use of non-compete agreements. In the workforce, the state of Idaho will allow such agreements as long as it meets the following three conditions: