Is this non compete legal? N.C

I work for a company full time basically. I signed a agreement which included a non compete clause. Thing is - they recently updated how they pay us. We work in renovating homes. They have taken us from per hour to per job. This has drastically reduced my pay. I was wondering- with this pay cut, they also want us to sign a new agreement which also includes a non compete in it. Does this mean the last non compete is null and void? Also I am a contractor. Not a employee. Can the agreement even hold up in court? Thank you. P.s. this is NC

0 answers  |  asked Jun 14, 2020 10:31 AM [EST]  |  applies to North Carolina

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