Through an employee non-disclosure agreement, an employer can prohibit an employee from revealing proprietary information to a 3rd party. This information includes, but is not limited to trade secrets, customer lists, and any other protected data.
This part defines the company’s trade secrets. The employees are not supposed to add anything here.
This clause bars the employee from making unauthorized disclosures of your trade secrets.
Employers can remind new employees not to disclose to the company trade secrets learned from prior employers or others.
This section of the agreement defines that the employees return all materials containing trade secrets when they leave the company.
The agreement should include the appropriate legal action to be taken against the employee for breaching the contract. Usually this part of the contract is critical to write down. Therefore, you should opt for professional legal help in order to draft this part of the contract.
In the employment context, a non-disclosure agreement (“NDA”) or a confidentiality agreement is a contract between an employer and employee where the employee agrees to not disclose or use confidential information belonging to the company.
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