Is it legal to work for the same client with different company


It’s known as non-compete clause or agreement. This means you cannot work for another competitor. However if the competitor decides to hire you, the competitor are taking the risk of being sued. Even though your employer could not prevent you from working for the client, nothing prevents the employer from telling the client not to hire you, or the client from agreeing not to hire you on your former employer’s request. No, you can work in as many companies as you desire or want. There is no legal limit on the number of salaried jobs you can hold. Company directors sometimes hold dozens. … It’s very common for a full-time employment contract to specify that you will not “undertake any other paid work” or a similar phraseÓ. But in the vast majority of cases, the duties would be reasonable “other duties as assigned” from the employment contract or there is no contract in place. So your employer can almost certainly instruct you to do the additional work. Your employers will see you’ve declared that you have another job, but you don’t have to tell them how much you’re earning. Your yearly tax-free personal allowance will usually only be used against your main job and tax will be deducted accordingly, although you can ask HMRC to split the allowance between jobs.

Reference: Labour LAw



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