Is a non-competition contract enforcable for a PRN employee

I am a PRN employee in the medical field. I work for a small business. I was told I had to sign a non-comptete agreement in order to obtain employement. As this is a PRN job and thus I am not promised full time hours or benefits, is this contract enforcable? It stated that I was not allowed to work as a PRN employee for any other medical institution in my field while I am working PRN for them nor can I work anywhere in my field for one year if I were to leave this position. If the definition for PRN is "as needed", how can they enforce a non-compete contract with someone who is not considered a "part time" or "full time" employee? Thank you for your time.

0 answers  |  asked Mar 30, 2011 01:16 AM [EST]  |  applies to Tennessee

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