If you visit Hulu's New York City offices you have to sign an agreement not to hire its employees for one year

If you visit Hulu’s New York City office, you’re asked to sign a strange agreement.

Mozilla executive Darren Herman discovered this first-hand:


In the same way that Herman found the request unusual, we’ve never seen this type of agreement at other companies. It might not even be enforceable. 

It’s also worth noting that when one of our reporters visited Hulu for an office tour, she did not have to sign any sort of agreement. 

Here’s the iPad sign-in:

Hulu Office

And here’s the part of the agreement that stipulates that visitors won’t”encourage or solicit employees to leave the company for any reason” for one year:


Business Insider has reached out to Hulu for more information.

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