Companies often use non-compete rules to prevent highly skilled employees from using their know-how to benefit their competitors after they are fired. As employers face a growing labour shortage (especially in Central and Eastern Europe), the popularity of non-competitions is expected to increase. The Supreme Court has recently considered various issues relating to workers` remuneration for non-competition as a result of endless agreements. This article examines this issue in light of recent Supreme Court directives and a recent decision that has given rise to debate among practitioners. It is important that courts often take into account these factors: geographical scope, duration, nature of obligations and reduced counterparties – one in relation to the other. .