Protect Your Company From Employee Poaching

Webinar: ID# 1023365
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Arguably employer-employee loyalty is at an all-time low, and the unexpected loss of a key employee to a competitor can be devastating to a business. It often starts a domino effect that disrupts the workplace, resulting in the loss of customers, confidential information and other valued employees.

Although many employers have certain operational and contractual protections in place, they are often outdated and inadequate, leaving the employer unable to properly protect its business.

This webinar helps business owners, senior management and human resource professionals understand the best strategies in preventing employee defection, breeding employee loyalty, and implementing sound protections against employee poaching and misappropriation of confidential information.

The content also explains how employers can prepare restrictive covenants that are legally enforceable to insulate their business against competitors and disloyal employees. This webinar is critical for employers who wish to be proactive in protecting their most valuable assets.


How to Develop Employee Loyalty
  • Beyond Salary: Alternative Financial and Quality of Life Incentives
  • Deterring Defection: Use of Contractual Obligations and Restrictions to Reduce Attrition
Use of Employment Agreements
  • Anti-Piracy Provisions and Confidentiality Agreements (Aka: Non-Disclosures)
  • How to Properly Draft Enforceable Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements
  • Recent Efforts by States to Limit the Use of Restrictive Covenants
Alternative Solutions: Interaction With Your Competitors
  • Regulating Your Own Recruiting Practices
  • Anti-Poaching Agreements
  • When to Take Legal Action and Strategies to Help Build a Strong Case
About The Presenter

Robert C. Whitaker, Jr.
  • Partner in the office of Hancock Estabrook, LLP
  • Specializes in labor and employment law with extensive experience drafting and litigating enforcement of restrictive covenants between businesses and former employees and competitors
  • Regularly defends companies in federal and state courts and administrative agencies against claims of discrimination, harassment, unpaid wages and overtime
  • Has written numerous employment law articles for regional and national publications and frequently speaks on such topics
  • Named to Super Lawyers for Employment & Labor law from 2013 to 2016
  • J.D. degree, University at Buffalo; B.A. degree, Oswego State University of New York
Protect Your Company From Employee Poaching
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