Is working 2 full time jobs legal? Full time salaried for both. I live in Georgia. Both are remote jobs. One is in

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Customer: Full time salaried for both
JA: Where are you located? Employment law varies by state.
Customer: I live in Georgia. Both are remote jobs. One is in Georgia and the other in New York.
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Hello! My name is
Robert and I am a licensed attorney with more than 15 years of experience. Thank
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there is no illegality on working two jobs, however there may be an issue with the policies of job A v job B and if you can work on other employment

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why would you be concerned if this was a legal matter?

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Because I wouldn't want to lose both jobs.
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RobertL1112, Expert

there is no law that limits your ability to work, however, I would advise you to check each employer's policies on outside employment to make sure you don't run afoul of company policy.

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Would it be legal to work both jobs at the same hours e.g 9-5 for both.
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you may run into problems with company policies, not laws, for timesheet fraud since your working at job A at the same time your with job B. The state of NY and GA wont care but the companies will

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Got it! Thanks.
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