Post-Employment Prohibitions

The employer, in the exercise of its prerogative, may insist on an agreement with the employee for certain prohibitions to take effect after the termination of their employer-employee relationship.
The following stipulations in an employment contract are illustrative of the prohibitions normally agreed upon by the employer and the employee:

[1] Non-Compete or Non-Involvement Clause;
[2] Forfeiture-for-Competition Clause or Compensation-for-Competition Clause;
[3] Garden-Leave Clause;
[4] Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Clause;
[5] Non-Solicitation Clause;
[6] Non-Recruitment or Anti-Piracy Clause, and;
[7] Inventions Assignment Clause (Intellectual Property Clause).