These are the letters of intent to hire and non compete agreement which I have pasted for your convenience. I omitted the parties name. I'm supposed to sign both but there is no area where the employer signs.
Grant SOLUTIONS, LLC
Dear XXXXX Doe,
I would like to confirm the offer of intent to employ you made by Jane Doe, President of Alliance International Solutions, LLC and its subsidiaries, as Director of Job Development for Alliance International Solutions, LLC, and to confirm the principal terms of your discussions.
You will initially be employed at Grant Solutions' offices at 999B Cascade Road SW, Atlanta, GA 30311.
Your commencing salary will be $68,000 gross per year if hired full-time or $32.69/hour if hired part time. Your official start date is to be determined. Exemption status is contingent on initial contract volume.
Please sign and return to me a copy of this letter and the Non-compete Agreement as your confirmation that you agree with the terms of this offer of intent to employ.
If you have any questions concerning the terms of our offer please let me know as soon as possible and I will do all I can to ensure they are answered.
I look forward to your reply and am very pleased at the prospect of you commencing this employment and contributing to the future success of Alliance International Solutions.
President & CEO
I accept the employment terms set out in this letter and the enclosed Non-compete Agreement.
EMPLOYEE NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT
For good consideration and as an inducement for Grant Solutions, Inc. (Company) to employ _________________________(Employee), the undersigned Employee hereby agrees not to directly or indirectly compete with the business of the Company and its successors and assigns during the period of employment and for a period of five (5) years following termination of employment and notwithstanding the cause or reason for termination. The term "not compete" as used herein shall mean that the Employee shall not own, manage, operate, consult or to be employee in a business substantially similar to or competitive with the present business of the Company or such other business activity in which the Company may substantially engage during the term of employment. The Employee acknowledges that the Company shall or may in reliance of this agreement provide Employee access to trade secrets, customers and other confidential data and good will. Employee agrees to retain said information as confidential and not to use said information on his or her won behalf or disclose same to any third party. This agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, their successors, assigns, and personal representatives. Signed this _____ day of ________________________ 20____. _______________________________________ Grant Solutions Solutions, Inc. _______________________________________ Employee
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