Can I be held to a non-compete I signed if my employer will not give me raises?

I signed a non-compete agreement prior to my employment with my company. I got one raise within the first year of employment. Since then, I have only received the 2 or 3 percent cost of living raises (along with everyone else in the company) but have not gotten any "raises". Also since my one and only raise, I have furthered myself and gotten two certifications in my line of work but have not been compensated for that. Can my employer hold me to the non-compete if they are denying me advancement within the company?

0 answers  |  asked Sep 9, 2014 11:32 AM [EST]  |  applies to Arizona

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