I work for a medical Supply company that is based in NJ. I live in Texas. I'm considering leaving this company to go to work for a PRN staffing agency. The issue is the staffing company provides staff as needed to one of our current competitors. My question is; would my current employer be able to enforce a non compete letter if I went to work for this PRN company and they assigned me to work for this competitor? The PRN company would be responsible for my pay even if I was assigned to work for this competitor.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Take the non-compete to the staffing company aqnd see what they think. If you do not and your present employer tries to enforce the non-compete, the competitor and the staffing company may fire you for not telling them about it in advance.
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