What Is An "Employee Confidentiality Agreement"?
There are many forms of confidentiality agreements. In an employment setting a confidentiality agreement is an important tool and asset whereby an employee acknowledges and agrees not to misuse or disclose important and critical information of his or her employer. If you are a New York or New Jersey business owner, if your employees have access to confidential or important business information (i.e., information that if disclosed to a competitor or used by a former employee would place you at a competitive disadvantage) you should consider the implementation of a confidentiality agreement as a condition for employment with your company. To be enforceable, confidentiality agreements must be precisely drafted by your attorney after an evaluation of your business information and the activities of your employees.
To discuss options for your business when it comes to employment confidentiality agreements contact The Internicola Law Firm, P.C. at (800) 976-4904.
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