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I think it is impossible to be a worker while having a company.

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Originally Posted by samfranky View Post

This is my first post. I have a small question. Is it possible to own a small scale sole owner IT business (which I'm hoping to do when I'm free) under my name while I work for a different reputed IT company?

Is it against the Australian company low? and if my current employer get to know about it later will they be able to file a case on myself? No I'm not targeting the same clients or neither competing with same products of my existing company.
you need to look at your employment contract with the reputed IT company if it disallows undertaking any other occupation which is related to or in direct competition with the employer. this is often contained in a non-compete clause of employment contracts.

i hope this helps.

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Agreed... If there will be no business conflict, think it will be fine. Being both jobs on the same field will create some kind of clash. Hope it does not come down to it. Good be with you


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