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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Should I Sign a Non-Compete Agreement?


Receiving that job offer can bring a wave of relief and trigger a great deal of excitement. In the midst of all this, remember to take care in reviewing the employment documents you are presented by your prospective employer. These documents can have powerful implications for your employment and post-employment life. A non-compete agreement, for instance, may be among the piles of paperwork you are presented with. A noncompete agreement is a contract between you and your employer in which you agree to certain restrictions on your ability to go and work for a competitor or engage in a business that competes with your employer both during and after your period of employment.


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