non-competition

non-competition UK US (also noncompetition) adjective [before noun]
LAW, HR used to describe an agreement that prevents an employee who leaves a company from working for another company involved in the same activity for a particular period: »

a non-competition agreement/clause/deal

»

The agreement contains certain non-competition restrictions upon termination of employment.

Compare NON-COMPETE(Cf. ↑non-compete)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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