Legal warning | 'Employees could be caught by aggressive rec tactics'

'Employees could be caught by aggressive rec tactics'

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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