There is a pretty cool but not well-known tool that employees in Texas can use to find out if they are being underpaid. It’s a
The organizations that oppose a non-compete ban in the United States include US Chamber of Commerce, American Medical Association, the Restaurant Law Center, members of US Senate, and the Antitrust Law Section of the American Bar Association.
Despite what you might see on Suits on another legal show, where lawyers get their clients out of bad contracts simply by fast talking or
Sixteen percent of Americans report earning money through an online gig platform. Gig work model started out with Uber, DoorDash, TaskRabbit and the likes in
Employment agreements will generally state whether an employee can engage in other jobs while working for an employer. Some employment agreements contain what is commonly called No Moonlighting clause, which will explain whether an employee can have another job and whether they need to have the employer’s permission first.
Texas employees who refuse COVID-19 vaccine may be terminated. If they have a non-compete agreement with their employer, assuming the agreement meets the appropriate legal requirements, i.e., among other things, is reasonable, has geographic, scope, and term restrictions, and is supported by consideration, the fact that the employee was terminated or quit over the COVID-19 vaccine requirement, is not going to make the agreement invalid.