Absolutely not. An H-1B visa is employer specific and is only granted to work for THE specific employer which sponsored you, and no one else. You can only work for that particular employer.
Anything else is fraud and unauthorized employment which could get you removed and forever barred from any immigration benefits in the future.
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You can only work for the employer who has sponsored you H-1B.
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