An "outside job" is a secondary employment in addition to employment at this organization.
Employees may, under certain conditions and with pre-approval, hold outside jobs as long as it is recognized that this company is their primary employer and is respected accordingly. If such employment compromises their work at this company, including conflicts of interest (eg. if the other employer is in any way a competitor or potential competitor), they must notify the company immediately to determine if such activity is allowed. If it is determined that such an arrangement is not allowed, the employee will be notified to choose one of the jobs and may have to resign.
Also, employees should consider the impact outside employment may have on their health and physical endurance. Generally speaking, an employee should not work more than 48 hours per week, which may be averaged over four months.
If the company determines that an employee’s outside work interferes with the employee’s performance or their ability to meet the requirements of their assignments, the employee may be asked to terminate the outside employment if he or she wishes to remain with the company.
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