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My employer says I can’t change jobs, so what do I do?

 

Covenant not to compete is a clause in a contract, usually an employment contract, where you’re not permitted to compete with your employer, which often means you will not be able to get a job in your area of expertise for a certain period of time. If you have one of these in your contract then you should seek the advice of legal counsel because these cases are very, very specific. So, if you have one of these clauses in your contract, after you go and check it, please give me a call and we’ll see what we can do for you.



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