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06-05-2010, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by
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wel that's not entirely true. He has a contract and the habs could enforce it if they wanted. It would be a dick move, but perfectly legal.
I actually just learned on judge judy the other day that you can't put in a contract that someone can't interview for other jobs while they are working for you. Has something to do with it basically being slavery forcing someone to work for you and preventing any type of competitiveness with other employers and preventing individuals from leaving their current conditions.
What a contract can do those is hold the person responsible who breaks the contract for any monetary values associated with the contract. If a clause is put into a contract preventing a person from seeking employment somewhere else, it can only really be grounds for termination if it isn't too restricting in it's scope. A complete restriction from seeking employment anywhere else I'm pretty sure is not legally a binding contract.
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