Employee agrees not to disclose to any person or entity any information regarding the business of Employer, including its customers, products, prices, and manner of operations without first obtaining Employer's written consent. In the event that Employee breaches this provision, Employer shall be entitled to, among other remedies, injunctive relief prohibiting Employee from disclosing this information. This provision shall survive any termination of Employee's employment with Employer.
Upon termination and ending of Employee's employment with Employer, Employee agrees that he/she will not, for a period of three (3) years, engage in any wellness coaching business which includes nutrition, exercise and personal training, or other activity that competes with Employer's business. Competition with Employer's business includes conveying to others the methods of operation, soliciting, either directly or indirectly, to customers of Employer, providing research or technical information to any other person or organization that was gathered by Employer, or published or caused to be published his/her name or photograph to be used in conjunction with advertising on behalf of any business in direct or indirect competition with Employer. Competition also means being an owner or director of a business in said competition. This prohibition also includes being an employee or independent contractor of a business in competition with Employer. This restriction applies to the entire United States since the Employer's business is nationwide. Employer shall be entitled to injunctive relief, among other remedies, to enforce this provision.