Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today.
Do you have anything in your contract prohibiting you from doing this?
How long have you worked in total?
yes I am here
Jut getting my response ready
It is not illegal to look for another job whilst employed by the current employer – everyone has the right to move employers if they want to, even for a competitor, especially if there are no restrictions in the contract. Just try not to do this in company time as that could be viewed negatively and could prompt the employer to try and accuse you of misconduct.
The prospective employers should not contact your current one without your consent. Sometimes they may do so inadvertently and this can be negligent but it is rare so don’t panic at this stage unnecessarily.
the break is your own time, i was talking about sending in applications or completing them whilst supposed to be doing your normal work
so don't worry about that
it is your old contract at the start of all TUPE transfers that would matter, unless it as subsequently formally changed
then it is in your favour - if it does not exist you simply cannot be bound by it
try to take it as holiday
yes they can
not necessarily - you have not done anything wrong by trying to find another job, you are still employed by the current company and as long as you continue doing your job, they can't fairly dismiss you just because you have been looking elsewhere
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