2. The "No Re-Apply" clause is not personal, but in any case, many sacked employees feel rejected and defensive, and ask for them. In the same way that you seem to have wondered for 16 years: "What have I done wrong to deserve a seemingly permanent refusal?", many employees feel quite distant when they see this clause in their severance contracts. It`s interesting to me that you remember it after 16 years, apparently word for word. I assure you - and to all those who read this blog post - that 99.99% of the time has nothing to do with you personally. You have done nothing wrong or deserved such negative comments. For employers who fear they will now have to put all the bad apples that show up at your door after they`ve been fired, take a heart. AB 749 examined these concerns and sought to dispel them. The new law explains that it does not prevent you from accepting the end of the current working relationship with an "injured person." It is customary for employers to settle the claims of former workers through a settlement contract that contains a non-rehire clause.
Similarly, many employers and workers agree to leave the roads, with a severance agreement that often involves the release of all rights and a non-rehire clause. These provisions differ in their scope, but they generally provide that an employee`s subsequent application for a job with the company is not taken into account and that, if the worker is hired at random, his or her employment may be automatically terminated. A non-competition agreement is a contract between the employee and the employer. A non-compete clause prohibits a worker from committing a business that competes with the activities of his current employer. While an employer cannot ask you to sign a non-compete clause, they may or may not hire them if you refuse to sign. Courts generally do not approve non-competition agreements. In the case of non-competition disputes, the courts consider certain factors to determine whether the agreement is appropriate. If you are negotiating a non-compete agreement, you should consider limiting the agreement to what is necessary to protect the employer and seeking severance pay in the event of termination.
To learn more about the impact a non-compete agreement could have on you, see below. There have been cases where the validity of an ENF clause has been challenged. For example, in Golden v. California Emergency Physicians Medical Group, 782 F.3d 1083 (9th Cir.