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 What is a Work Contract? 
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Post What is a Work Contract?
Just about every work contract will include the starting date for the term of employment, as well as the job title for the position that will be held by the employee. This basic information may include a general description of the responsibilities and tasks that are related to the job position, and at least some information regarding the status of the position as full time or part time.

Another common component of work contracts is a clause that has to do with the use of proprietary information in the even that the working relationship is severed, either by resignation or by termination of the employment by the employer. This is often referred to as a non-compete clause. Basically, the no compete clause addresses the fact that any and all company documents that are in the possession of the employee are to be returned at the time of termination. This includes client lists and other forms of documentation that contain facts and data that is important to the function of the company. A non-compete clause may also contain a period of time in which the former employee agrees to not engage in direct competition with the company, either as an employee of a competitor or by opening his or her own business and attempting to entice customers away from the corporation.

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