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Dear All,
Hope you are doing well.
My organization is planning to outsource this activity as we are growing and in-house it is getting difficult to manage it. What should I keep in mind while I am selecting one of them, as I still wonder how efficient are such agencies and how authentic are their responses to the details we send them across??
Also, wanted to know can we take some leagl action against an ex-employee who may have given fake employement information about us to their new employer.
Please mail across some feedback on this discussion.
Karuna Ahuja
24th January 2007 From India, Delhi
Since your organization has done the work in the past, there must be some procedures/practices developed as a result of such activity. Talk to the people who were involved and develop a "best practice" model that you can use when talking to a potential outsourcing agency.
As for the former employee, I think that there is very little you can do, if the information he gave to his current employer exaggerates his accomplishments.
However, if you have substantial and convincing proof that s/he has given false information about your company, or the persons therein, I would suggest that you get legal counsel to identify and pursue your options.
27th January 2007 From United States,
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