Hello, my name is***** am a qualified lawyer and I will be assisting you with your question today. Do others work in their own time?
And how long have you worked there for?
Whilst I completely understand that this is a non-competing business which will not in any way impact your current job, under the terms of the contract you should certainly be considering advising the employer of this. Whilst they cannot stop you from doing this other work, the only thing they can do is treat it as a disciplinary issue if you were to not tell them and they find out later. I would say that on the basis it is a non-competing business and it would not in any way impact their business, it is unlikely to be considered gross misconduct and result in a dismissal. If it does, you should be able to challenge it as an unfair dismissal. So I suggest you tell them to discharge your duties under the contract and to avoid any potential repercussions in the future.
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