Be Sure You Review the Employment Agreement You Signed with the Firm You are Leaving

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My advice about moving from one PR firm to another: If you signed an employment agreement with the firm you are leaving, be sure that you review it carefully. There may be clauses in the document you may have forgotten about, such as a ban on bringing your accounts with you to the new employer, or a specific waiting period during which you cannot solicit business from the old firm's current accounts.

Violating any portions of the employment agreement could render you subject to a lawsuit or restraining order.
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