[B]This was emailed to me by a regular forum member. He had me post it so he remains anonymous and encase his employee reads these forums.[/B]
I just found that my employee is getting on his own and calling some of my customers, places that he must remember from the times that he has serviced those residences.
I don’t want him to know nothing until Saturday, because I’m gonna meet him in one of our commercial accounts, and get all my equipment, is not a lot, but I don’t want him to get started with MY tools. I bought this company from a friend of mine, and this guys is using his name and saying that he’s gone and now his taking over , lol.
I’m not worried about him stealing my customers since he’s not really good, and he doesn’t speak English very well to be honest with you. I was thinking of let him ago two weeks after I bought this business, but i made a mistake, I felt sorry since he has a mortgage, truck payments, wife and daughter, but i was wrong one more time.
His questions are :
1 - Based on experience what you would do in my position? remember that is my first time as a biz owner.
2- I do have a agreement signed for him with a non disclosure part, and also saying that he cannot use any info for his own benefit. How can I use this to scare him a little legally wise ? I don’t mind if he wanna go on his own, I just really don’t like the route he choose.
Any advice from you will be much appreciated