Dev wrote on Feb 21, 2012, 00:15:
I've even heard of some employment contracts that say stuff you do on your own time belongs to your employer.
I've signed a similar contract before (thankfully not my current one). Sadly, I've come to the conclusion that many employment contracts are like EULAs: not so much binding agreements as threats, based on faulty assumptions about what's actually allowed by the law.
If I did happen to be moonlighting, though, I'd be wanting to make very sure that I wasn't using any company resources - that sort of situation would give them a legitimate claim on my work.