It is common for employers to include language in their staff contracts to help safeguard business interests. This may take the form of obligations to protect confidential information and/or refrain from soliciting staff, suppliers and/or clients after the employment relationship ends.
In this blog, we discuss the legal considerations of moonlighting for employers and employees. In and of itself, moonlighting may be a perfectly acceptable practice. Employers beware: it can snowball into a legal problem quickly in some situations.
What is the impact of non-competition and non-solicitation provisions on a terminated employee’s notice period?