Employment contracts

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Employment contracts

Gimbrere Legal has labor lawyers with the appropriate knowledge and experience in labor law. Therefore, we will be happy to advise and assist you in drafting and/or evaluating employment contracts. We assist both employees and employers and can therefore offer the best advice and the most results-oriented solutions from both perspectives.

One of the problems you may face when terminating an employment contract is the application of a non-compete clause. By law, a non-competition clause must be agreed to in writing.

A non-compete clause (also called a non-competition clause) ensures that you cannot work anywhere after your employment contract ends.

You can indicate that you cannot work for a competitor of your company. Or not being allowed to start a competing business. This clause is valid for a certain period of time after the end of your employment contract. Generally, it is agreed that you must pay a penalty if you breach the non-compete clause.

A non-compete clause is an agreement between an employer and an employee that prohibits the employee from working for customers or competitors of the (former) employer both during and after the termination of the employment contract. A non-compete clause protects your company’s interests. Please note the following when agreeing to a non-compete clause:

  • Define to whom it applies Establish the duration of the clause. It is often up to one year
  • The prohibition on contacting competitors applies if you are going to perform the same or similar work. This is often forgotten, with the result that no contact with old relationships is allowed while doing something completely different.


Gimbrere Legal ‘s labor lawyers have extensive experience in handling disputes related to a non-competition clause and in conducting such proceedings.

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