Legal considerations to think through before moving on

Batner, Sarit E.; Wood, Alexi N.
October 2010
CMA Management;Oct2010, Vol. 84 Issue 6, p30
Trade Publication
The article discusses the legal aspects to consider on how to control the minefield that took effect when a senior employee departs, as exemplified in the court case Aquafor Beech vs. Whyte. It states that the case acknowledges that senior employees are not required to leave a company. Furthermore, it notes that professionals can give notice to their clients concerning their plans of leaving.


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