I have one girl she is working 20 hours week and in her contract it says that mon to sat 9am to 7pm so that means it can

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Customer: I have one girl she is working 20 hours week and in her contract it says that mon to sat 9am to 7pm so that means it can depend on bussiness day how busy we our Now she got a offer for another job for 15 hours and in my salon she usually do wed thursday and fri but as i said it depends how busy She was thinking she can do 20 hours job in such and such days and rest of the days some where else
JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: I need some advice what should i do
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Customer: Nothing I told her i will talk to my accountant
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Customer: My accountant said as per contract she can't do another job
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R u in nz
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I am a New Zealand lawyer based in Wellington and will help you with your question today. Please give me a minute to read your question
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You could let her work those hours on the provi that you havre first call on her time
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that means she can work somewhere else as well
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Am sleeping but just hear the phone
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It’s up to you and whether your contract restricts whether she can work for some one else. If you think there is a conflict of interest you can tell her you won’t permit this
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Ok thank you for help
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