The state Supreme Court issued a warning Thursday toemployees who work a side job while on the company clock: If thatwork even slightly helps your employer’s competitors, you can besued for damages.

In a unanimous ruling, the Court said Cameco Inc., a Newtonfood distribution company, could sue former traffic managerDonald Gedicke because he was arranging transportation for Camecocompetitors while on the clock. Cameco Inc. v. Gedicke , A 121 97.

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