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May 17, 2017

IN THE NEWS: New Case Shows You Have To Check Your LinkedIn Contacts After Leaving a Job

I was recently interviewed by Ladders, a media publication covering workforce issues, regarding yet another case involving social media and employment.

The article discusses how a former employee of a global recruiting and staffing company was forced to remove thousands of her LinkedIn contacts because the company claimed the relationships didn’t belong to her, but the company. As the details of the employee’s employment contract or any confidentiality or non solicit agreement that may have been signed are unknown, one can only speculate whether she had the right to do so.… Read More

Feb 06, 2012

It’s All About LEVERAGE in the Negotiation of a Renewal Contract

The critical concept in the negotiation for the renewal of an executive employment contract is LEVERAGE. The answers to the following questions will determine if the individual has leverage in renewal negotiations. How valuable is the individual to the enterprise? What is the executive’s track record, either there or at prior companies? What has been offered to the executive or the person in the same position in the past?… Read More

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