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I was offered employment after An OPM background check was successfully completed. On January 5, 2015 it was. Bi Corp. Received notification that I could begin working on the contract. Bi corp has not notified my, returned my calls and ignored my emails. Offered employment as bilingual case manager in August 2014 by Bi Corp located in Fairfax VA. Pending and Had to pass a Homeland security background check then I would begin working. It was finally completed on January 5,2015. Bi Corp has not gotten back to me after calls made to their offer of employment. I signed a letter back in August accepting the job and salary. Please help.1 answer | asked Jan 29, 2015
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Non-Compete Opposite of UsualI do extensive work for my employer with respect to Workers' Compensation and Union issues in a heavily regulated industry. I would like my employee to compensate me in exchange for a non-compete clause for a period of one year, i.e.: no working for the Unions, regulatory bodies, etc. Is this possible?1 answer | asked Jul 30, 2007