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Non-compete Clauses in Contract Employment Agreements

     I will not support legislation that allows for non-compete agreements, which hinder the contractor and/or employee (i.e., "You the voter") from switching to a new third-party company to the same client company of the previous or current third-party company that had an employment contract agreement with both the client company and hired contractor and/or employee.  Allowing the hired contractor and/or employee to switch to a different contracting company provides for increased probabilities for higher wages and benefits, plus full bill rate, from the third-party company to the client company, for over-time performed to go directly to the hired contractor and/or employee.  In addition, the client company may get a better bill rate for renegotiating with a new third-party contracting company.  I support the State of California Constitution's "BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE," Section 16600, "Except as provided in this chapter, every contract by which anyone is restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade, or business of any kind is to that extent void."  (Added by Stats. 1941, Ch. 526.)


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