The utilization rates of competitive competitions vary considerably from sector to sector. Table 3 shows the use of competition in key industrial sectors (based on the U.S. Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes. Competition bans are used by about 70% of firms in the business services and wholesale sectors, but much less so in transport, education and health, leisure and hospitality. It is striking, however, that even in the leisure and hospitality and restaurant sectors, a quarter of firms apply non-competition rules and that one in seven companies in the hospitality and restaurant sectors is not competitive for all their workers. In a New York lawsuit against sandwich chain Jimmy Johns, the court ruled that the company`s non-compete bans, which prevented employees from working in a similar sector, which mainly worked with sandwiches for two years, were void. In response to this case, legislation prohibiting the use of a non-compete clause for workers earning less than $15 per hour (US$31,200 per year) or the minimum wage in force in the worker`s commune is currently being proposed. Check again and again to determine the status of this legislation. Non-competition obligations are generally considered legally binding as long as they are subject to appropriate restrictions, such as clear regions. B and realistic where workers can work or not, or a specific time frame that must elapse before a worker can return to work in this area. Non-competition agreements, also known as non-competition or competition restriction agreements, are very common in employment contracts, job applications and business sales contracts. The general objective of these agreements is to limit the ability of workers who sign the agreement to work against the employer in a specific geographical area for a certain period of time. If you sign it, you generally accept that you are not competing with your employer by participating in a similar business, as an employee, independent contractor, owner, owner, major investor and what other forms of competition your employer identifies to cover its base.
Section 27 of the Indian Contract Act has a general block of any agreement that puts in place a trade restriction.  On this basis, it would appear that all non-competition clauses in India are null and void.