Post-Termination Period means the period beginning on the date that Key Employees employment terminates and ending on the first anniversary of such date; provided, however, that with respect to a termination without Good Reason, such period shall begin on the date that Key Employees employment terminates and end on the six-month anniversary of such date.
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Accordingly, the Executive covenants and agrees that during the Term and the Post-Termination Period, he shall not, directly or indirectly through any other person or entity, solicit, induce or influence (other than pursuant to general, non-targeted public media advertisements), or attempt to solicit, induce or influence, any employee of the Company to leave his or her employment.
This Covenant applies to each state or territory in which the Company is doing business or is making an active effort to do business during the Term and with respect to the Executives covenants regarding the Post-Termination Period at the time the Executives employment with the Company is terminated.
The Employee agrees that, in the event the Employee breaches this Section 8, the Post-Termination Period shall be tolled during the period of such breach and shall be extended to 12 months after all breaches of this Agreement have ceased.
Key Employee will not, during his employment and the Post-Termination Period, directly or indirectly, carry on or conduct, the Business or any business of the nature in which the Company or its subsidiaries are then engaged in any geographical area in which the Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates engage in business at the time of such termination or any new line of business with respect to which Key Employee has created, received or had access to confidential information (as set forth below).
During the Employment Term and for the Post-Termination Period, Key Employee shall not, either directly or indirectly, on Key Employees behalf or in the service or on behalf of others, (i) solicit, divert, or hire away, or (ii) attempt to solicit, divert, or hire away, any employee of or consultant to the Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates.