In the present economic climate businesses face many risks: customer default, product defect, supplier problems and even disruption caused by strikes or the weather. However, another specific risk is becoming increasingly common – that posed by employees who decide to ‘jump ship’ and work for a competitor.
How can the business prevent them from joining a competitor, particularly if that employee is intent on soliciting business from customers, poaching staff, or exploiting the use of confidentia
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