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Recruitment leaders should be on notice that restraint of trade disputes are likely to rise this year, with a lawyer warning that exiting employees need firm reminders about their post-employment obligations.
A recruitment company has won an injunction against a former consultant who allegedly accessed candidates' data for unlawful purposes.
Two employees breached their duties of good faith and fidelity in poaching their former employer's clients after amending their contracts, the Federal Court has ruled.
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A recruitment agency's failure to act on misgivings about one of its top billers enabled the employee to defraud the firm of at least $450k, according to its CEO.
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Generic employment contracts and restraint clauses are the standard line of defence in many recruitment agencies, but do little to protect their intellectual property and trade secrets, a legal advisor warns.
A recruitment company acted unreasonably, and at times vexatiously, when it defended an employee's unfair dismissal claim, the Fair Work Commission has ruled in ordering it to pay costs.
Courts are increasingly willing to enforce long restraint periods on employees who have joined a business via merger or acquisition, an employment lawyer says.
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