Re: FWD: Contracting on the side...ethical?

Subject: Re: FWD: Contracting on the side...ethical?
From: Peter <pnewman1 -at- home -dot- com>
To: John Posada <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com>
Date: Sat, 14 Oct 2000 09:59:30 -0400

John Posada wrote:
> I would look at four factors.
> 1) Is there any conflict of interest? Are they in any way, shape or
> form, competition of your present company for market share,
> technology, or intellictual property?
> 2) Would it compromise your effort at your present company either now
> or during a crunch time at either of them?
> 3) Did you sign anything that said you wouldn't?
> 4) Do YOU have the nagging suspicion that it is unethical.

Actually, there is only one factor. If there is ANY doubt, don't do it.
Anon's definition of compete may very well be different from either
company. Crunch time will come, as sure as the Lord made little green
apples. # 3 is irrelevant.


There are few situations in life that cannot be resolved
promptly, and to the satisfaction of all concerned,
by either suicide, a bag of gold,
or thrusting a despised antagonist over a precipice on a dark night.
Ernest Bramah (Kai Lung stories)

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