You are a supervisor in the Health Informa- tion Services Department of a facility with a policy prohibiting secondary employment with a competitor. One of the employees you supervise is a coder who has just begun the process of repaying his student loan debt. The coder has decided that he needs a second job to help defray expenses. He has been offered a position as a coder for one eight-hour shift per weekend at a doctor’s office. This doctor is a member of your facility’s medical staff. Because you addressed the issue of secondary employ- ment in the coder’s entrance interview, he comes to you now seeking advice. How do you respond?