Can my company change the term of my non-compete without any benefit or consideration

I work as a radio DJ in Alabama and I have a non-compete clause in my contract of 4 months. Recently my employer contacted me and told me that the corporate office has decided that all contracts for "on-air staff" will contain an 8 month non-compete. He stated in his email to me that this is the only change. There is no consideration for me at all. First question is "Should I sign it?" Second question is "Is the 8 month non-compete enforceable since they are not giving me any more compensation or consideration?"

0 answers  |  asked Oct 13, 2016 03:05 AM [EST]  |  applies to Alabama

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