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Old 01-18-2013, 01:12 AM
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It's a tricky situation. Of course if the company has a policy against it, it's unethical to do it, but...

Think about how often we say that to succeed in direct sales you have to build relationships with customers and team members. So if you change companies how can you just sever those relationships? Not an easy thing to do even if you want to. People you have relationships with will contact you to find out where you are, and many will want to follow.

It's not unusual in the corporate world either. When you need a job or need to fill a position at your new company, you "network." And many in your network are people you worked with previously.
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