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In short, it can depend on various factors. These variables include the nature of the employment, the terms any employment contract(s), whether other employment negatively impacts the primary employment, and company policies. In some cases, employees are required to disclose other employment positions to their primary employer to ensure transparency and prevent a conflict of interest.

If an employee fails to disclose a position that leads to a conflict of interest, it could result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment. 

Considering the specifics of each situation is crucial. It’s advisable to review employment contracts, company policies, and seek legal advice before making decisions.

If you were fired for holding more than one position or have concerns in relation to the terms of your employment agreements or otherwise, we encourage you to contact Toronto employment lawyers, Sultan Lawyers, online by telephone at 416-214-5111 today. 

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