Figure out who the targets areIf you don’t know which of your employees are most likely to be wooed by your competitors, engage an expert opinion.
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February 20, 2011 — Posted By Judy Rakowsky
Competitors react to a shortage of highly trained and credentialed employees the old fashioned way: They poach them. It may not seem like a kosher way to recruit. But many experts recommend shopping for new hires among competitors, reasoning that often the best job candidates are already employed. That means you need an early warning system and a protection plan to keep your valuable employees. Three things you need to know about shielding your work force: 1. It helps to know where you are vulnerable. 2. There are tactical legal moves you can make to protect your company’s vital secrets. But they might not be foolproof. 3. Watch for changes in the marketplace that could leave your pay and benefits in the dust.
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