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re: What to do if my current workplace doesn't allow me to do what I want in my free time? VIEW POST


Get legal advice on whether the terms are enforceable (or maybe ask Reddit legal advice even though technically the people on there are not giving official legal advice, just opinion) I don't know of companies who wouldn't wish employees aren't advancing skills in their free time. I did have a company saying I couldn't freelance on the side but again was told it's not enforceable. It is true however that you can't use the same code verbatim from a company project and present it as your own in public

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