"Jumping" before they were "pushed", you mean?
Meanwhile, if an interview panel is swayed into hiring someone because of the brilliance of their RCT portfolio, and that person (now on the team) subsequently bins membership of the RCT - what happens then? Nothing, I suspect. Would the hiring organisation (Trust) even be made aware of this turn of events?
Meanwhile, maybe the runner-up at interview may have a grievance (but there again, he/she would probably not even know why the other candidate was hired in the first place). Just a (random) thought. But that's what I mean by (lack of) transparency.
Have you ever seen an RCT representative at a Trust deciding who gets promoted or not ...
Thankfully not ... but my remarks were in response to Steveddie's seemingly enthusiastic endorsement of what the RCT can "bring to the table".