Employees on the march? How to protect the value in your business
By Veronica Wilson
The UK economy has shown positive growth over the past few months. Are you ready for the challenges that growth can bring? Are your crown jewels, whether that’s confidential business information or employees, adequately protected from your competitors?
As the economy improves, increased competitor activity and team or individual moves are inevitable.
As a bare minimum, employees should have express obligations in their contracts of employment in relation to the preservation of confidential information, their conduct while employed and post-termination restrictions…
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