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I was working in a company as an instructor and only this was written in my appointment letter "You will not approach Company’s Customers (directly or indirectly) for employment. Even if a Customer approaches you for the same, you will not accept that under any circumstances. Company can take legal action against you in case of breach of this condition (even if discovered at a later date)" I am not joining any of my company customer as an full time employee but Can i work as freelance instructor for any customer for whom i delivered the trainings? Is it going to be legal?
21st July 2016 From India, Delhi

Morally wrong. Before you somebody must have cheated the company in this way that is why company had put up this condition to you before employing you. Since you accepted the condition this will be a breach of contract.
25th October 2016 From India, Noida
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