Employee Moonlighting


Definition: Employee Moonlighting is the practice of working at a second or an additional job outside normal business hours.
There would have been a time employees were engaged in moonlighting when they were underpaid and feared losing their jobs if they asked for an increase. However, with changing times, the outlook towards moonlighting has changed as well. People from different professions and income groups now endeavor to supplement their primary income through moonlighting or side hustles. Moonlighting enables employees to earn extra money, upgrade their skills, pursue a passion, start a business or get enjoyment from the work they do.


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