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As someone at a junior level, this is interesting to me. What exactly constitutes stealing, and what is just an employee moving on to a better opportunity? Did the offending agencies reach out to your employees first, or did your employees apply for the positions? If they applied for the position (for whatever reason - salary, promotion, clients), is it still bad form for the agencies to hire your people? It seems to me that, with as frequently as people (especially at the lower levels) seem to switch agencies in this industry, it would be hard to avoid hiring people who work at your friends' firms. Especially if the agency CEO brotherhood is as close knit as you say. Is this just because most of the people I know in the industry work at the bigger agencies?
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2010 on Conduct unbecoming an owner of a PR firm at RepMan
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