What to do when a worker decides to join a competitor

08/26/2010 | NoncompeteNews.com

When a worker leaves to work for a competitor, employers should immediately halt the employee's remote computer access and make sure all records and company property are returned, Michael R. Greco writes. Employers should be suspicious of bulk electronic transfers or unusual e-mails by the employee, which might indicate company information is being taken, he writes.

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