The Arizona non-compete agreement is a document that allows an employer to protect his/her interests by prohibiting direct competition during and post-employment. An employee who signs this form will be agreeing not to start a competing business or work for an already existing competitor for the duration of their employment and for the amount of time relayed in the contract. They also will be agreeing to not solicit the employer’s clients, customers, and employees. A non-compete in Arizona is enforceable by law, but its reasonableness will be determined by its necessity to protect the employer’s business interests, its scope and duration, and whether it violates public policy.

Laws – For Broadcast employees- § 23-494

Non-Compete Limit – No laws.

Non-Solicitation Limit – No laws.