Re: job shop--non-compete clause??

Subject: Re: job shop--non-compete clause??
From: Yvonne DeBellotte <ydebell -at- DAR -dot- DAR -dot- EMORY -dot- EDU>
Date: Thu, 2 Jan 1997 11:47:09 EST5EDT

> Date: Thu, 2 Jan 1997 08:35:04 -0500
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> From: Bill Hartzer <Highfield -at- AOL -dot- COM>
> Subject: Re: job shop--non-compete clause??
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I agree it is much better contracting. I have been doing this for
about two years. Also if they like your work and want to renew
your contract, you can bargain for more $$ better than if you
were a perm employee.

Regards,
Yvonne

> Regarding the job shop non-compete clause...
>
> This is pretty much standard throughout the industry. I wouldn't worry about
> it at all. Besides, if the job shop's client is happy with your work (and I
> am sure they will be), they will have no problems renewing a contract or
> extending the one you're on.
>
> And also...if you're contracting, you're probably making a lot more $$ than
> you would if you were hired as a perm employee at the company. Why would you
> possibly want to go from contracting at a company to being a perm employee
> there which would mean making a LOT less money? You'd have the job security
> through the contract, especially if the job shop's client likes your work.
>
> Regards,
> Bill Hartzer
> Highfield Marketing Group
> http://members.aol.com/highfield
>
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