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Ohio non compete

Discussion in 'Employment Contracts & Work Policies' started by mike1332, Dec 30, 2013.

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  1. mike1332

    mike1332 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    So early last year around feb i signed a non compete at my now previous employer and i didn't really pay much attention to it, i had been out of work for over a year and just needed a job.

    now that i no longer work at this establishment {firearms industry} i recently read over my non compete and to me its sounds pretty much out of this world.

    i am not allowed to work in with any type firearms related business for 5 years spanning the entire united states according to the document.

    this cant be legal in my mind am i wrong or what ?
     
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    would you also happen to know if my previous boss garnishing my wages if legal in ohio? in the course of my job a mistake was made that cost 180$ to rectify and it was taken out of my paycheck...

    this was also one of many other reasons i left the business
     
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    Deductions from Wages
    An employer may not deduct from an employee’s wages, unless the employee has consented to the deduction in writing, damage or loss of wares, tools, or machinery destroyed or damaged by the employee. Ohio Rev. Code 4113.19

    An employer may deduct employee authorized deduction, including, but not limited to:

    purchase of United States savings bonds or corporate stocks or bonds,
    a charitable contribution,
    credit union savings or other regular savings program, or
    repayment of a loan or other obligation.
    Ohio Rev. Code 4113.15
     
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