• Before you recruit from a competitor – or jump to one -- listen to this podcast
• “Nobody should resign on the spur of the moment any more”
Recruiting top talent from a competitor can help a businessm or drown it in ynending legal problems. And an employee jumping from one company to another can sometimes be jumping into a legal bonfire, costimg them and their new bosses times and money.
An attorney, Steven Manchel has dealt with many of these problems and has headed others off for hundreds of clients.
“Nobody should resign on the spur of the moment any more,” Mr. Manchel says. “There’s the question of how do you leave. There’s a whole body of laws rules and that govern the way a person leaves generally, let along to go to a competitor.”
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