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Hi Frnds,
I am looking for a term that is used in HR. My ex-employees now working with some other company are giving referral of our employees. That means, they are taking our people and showing them lucrative offers to work with them.
I want to know what is this concept called. Like pulling employees from their previous companies.
It may be called as employee referral from their point of view. But wat will I call this concept ?

From India, Mumbai
Hi Frnds,
I am looking for a term that is used in HR. My ex-employees now working with some other company are giving referral of our employees. That means, they are taking our people and showing them lucrative offers to work with them.
I want to know what is this concept called. Like pulling employees from their previous companies.
It may be called as employee referral from their point of view. But wat will I call this concept ?
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From India, Mumbai
hi i cant say about the concept how it called....but its may goes off injustice....might b...v cant say apparently but it differs from individual to individual.......
From India, Madras
its called 'poaching' i.e. when one company specially targets the employees of another company.
a lot of companies also get into tie ups with their competitors to stop this practice. such tie ups are called 'anti poaching agreements'

From India, New Delhi
Neha rightly said it’s called "Poaching" means one company are hire the employee of another company which is skillful and talented. it mostly happen with the competitor firm.
From India, Pune
You are Right Derek-Dgomes, we call it EMPLOYEE POACHING

Hi

First you need to know what is this and how is this systems work.....

Here we go..

As most human resource professionals know, the best job candidates usually are those with several years of work experience and sound basic skills--preferably acquired while on the job. But people don't enter the workforce magically possessing the experience and job skills that employers want.

Because employers know that the best-qualified applicants will come directly from competitors, recruiting and hiring employees away from the competition becomes a necessity in an ultra-tight labor market. And necessity is the mother of inventive and sometimes controversial business practices.

Recruiting and hiring from your competitors is probably as old as business itself. But what is new--and a hot topic among employers--is how to attract and retain qualified candidates in a highly competitive labor market while also preventing their own intellectual capital from winding up in the hands of competitors.

"Within a free market economy such as ours there exists the privilege to compete, and just about everything and everyone is fair game when you have a level playing field,"

"When a company receives an unfair advantage, or what is perceived to be an advantage, over their competitors, there [are] certain remedies such as noncompete and confidentiality agreements that do work to some extent."

The highly competitive market for talent means more employers are using noncompete or nondisclosure agreements, which in turn has created a tense atmosphere among competing employers where litigation has become more common.

I have enclosed a document on "5 Things to Do When Your Competitor Hires Your Employees"

Hope you got my point and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask..

From India, Gurgaon

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From India, Pune
?hello!
You can call this as "HR TOUTING". THIS IS BECAUSE YOUR EX-EMPLOYEE IS INTERESTED IN REFERING YOUR PRESENT EMPLOYEES AND HE MAY BE REWARDED BY THE OTHER COMPANY. The employees who get new placement also may pay him something in return.
Therefore, your ex-employee is a tout this term is used in Legal field also.
Dr Vasudeva Reddy

From India, Hyderabad
Hello Friend,
The concept your referring here is called Head Hunting or Poaching. Usually these techniques are used when they want to pull a specific professional from the target company they are looking for. Sometimes also use cold calls to get the details of the particular person before doing so.
Good Day!
Happy Learning!
Saran


Hi Dear, It is known as "Emloyee Poaching" To Check this process make an Inter company hr’s association and make an poaching agrrement among you to stop this process. Regards Ashis
From India, Mumbai

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