Employers should make employees aware from the outset what information, if any, is confidential and must not be disclosed to anyone outside of the business. This should also include any restrictions after employment has ended.
Setting out all details in a confidentiality agreement document ensures all parties are aware from the start what responsibilities they have.
We can work with you to draft documents and make sure you include as much detail as possible to protect your business both now and in the future.
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