While some businesses have announced mass redundancies and furloughed high numbers of staff, other employers have started to use this uncertain period as a time to pounce on top talent. Meanwhile, employees who have decided to leave as a result of the way in which their organisation has dealt with the coronavirus crisis, may now be waiting to move to a competitor when they see a chance. Due to this, there are a number of unlawful steps employees may take while working from home when they are looking to leave a business to join a competitor, which HR departments should be aware of, particularly as staff are able to be more secretive within the walls of their own home. With pay currently a hot topic among employees, as workplaces across the UK enforce pay cuts in order to ensure a business...
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