Service Provider Alliance
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What happens when an employee serves notice or is terminated but then is immediately employed by a competitor? Traditionally, non- compete clauses would prevent this scenario from affecting your business. Increasingly, employers and employees alike are being challenged on enforceability of non-compete clauses.
How should employers protect their position on termination of employee contracts?
To what extent can an employer rely on the enforceability of these types of clauses to secure their interests?
How does the law protect an employee who has signed up to such a clause?
For employers with operations in Africa and the Middle East, this webinar will provide useful insight to and guidance on potential challenges and solutions on the following:
Latest trends on challenges to terminations of employment
Drafting an appropriate non-compete clause into an employment contract
Waiving/Enforcing a non-compete clause
What to do if a non-compete clause is not in an employee’s contract but is now required
The webinar is an invitation-only event exclusively for clients of ELA member law firms. The information presented will be of particular interest to:
Human Resources Professionals
Corporate Executives and Business Owners
Click here to register, and then click the “register” link to the right of the title. Please be sure to confirm the corresponding start time in your local time zone.
The Employment Law Alliance is not able to offer CLE/HRCI credits; however, for states that will accept it, a Certificate of Attendance will be posted with the other webinar materials immediately following the webinar for you to download as needed.
Anjarwalla & Khanna
Anjarwalla & Khanna
ATZ Law Chambers
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Udo Udoma & Belo- Osagie
Clyde & Co.
Naschitz Brandes Amir