In the case of an employment contract in which the worker`s power is not linked to the purpose of the employment relationship, dismissal is permitted if the employer dies or becomes unable to work. If an employment contract does not have a fixed duration, the contract may be terminated by both parties for as long as notice has been given. An employment contract is considered to have a fixed duration when a job has been agreed for a period of more than one month. For example, in Gordon Termite Control v. Terrones, 84 Cal.App.3d 176, 179 (1978), the court refused to impose an agreement prohibiting a worker from seizing accounts he had seized during his tenure with a former employer and found that «[k] nowledge potential customers . . .