What does solicit an employee mean?
Meaning of employee solicitation in English an attempt by an employee to get extra work, customers, or other advantages from the company they work for or from other employees: Employee solicitations for charitable purposes must be confined to breaks, lunch periods and other non-working times.
When does enticement or solicitation of a former employee occur?
Solicitation or enticement arise when the former employee has taken “any step or action” in attempting to secure the client away from the former employer. For example, completing a proposal for a client or providing relevant information on the new employer will constitute solicitation despite the former employee being approached by the client. 
When does a non-solicitation clause protect an employer?
There may well be occasions when non-solicitation clauses are insufficient to protect an employer’s interest. Notably, where there have been strong connections between its clients and a former employee. Pearson v HRX Holdings Pty Ltd  FCAFC 111 dealt with such facts.
Can a person be guilty of solicitation under a post employment restraint agreement?
Mr Barrett argued that since the client provided the invitation or “window of opportunity” then he could not be guilty of soliciting or canvassing, in breach of his post-employment restraint agreement.
Can a company terminate an employee under an employment agreement?
Employees that have agreed with employers to obtain employment via an employment agreement will not be classified as an at-will employee, as the employee agreement will generally dictate the conditions upon which an employer may terminate an employee.
Can a company solicit an employee to leave?
The legal policy in favor of allowing an employee to leave and compete does NOT, however, allow that employee to violate the fiduciary duty to the employer and solicit other employees before leaving. An employee cannot, while working for one employer, solicit fellow employees to leave that company and work for a rival.
Is it illegal to solicit an ex employee?
Nevertheless, the courts have upheld clauses in employment agreements that prohibit solicitation of employees by an ex employee if the prohibition is reasonable, e.g. limited in scope and time.
Can a former employer prohibit you from soliciting clients?
Restraint of trade clauses can take various forms. One common restriction prohibits you from soliciting your former employer’s clients or customers for a period of time after you quit your job. But what does “soliciting” mean?
Is it unfair to solicit employees from a business?
One does not “own” employees and sooner or later all of us lose good employees to tough competitors. One can gain additional protection by good contracts, good employee relationships, and maintenance of the confidentiality of critical information.