An Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement is a legal contract signed between an employee and employer in which an employee is legally bound not to disclose certain types of information that they have access to due to their employment in a company. The purpose of the agreement is to secure the employer and their business from any potential information leakage that can be harmful to them.
Businesses can use a Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect different types of confidential information, which can include know-how, trade secrets, software, client base, technical information, data about goods produced by the company, and other types of proprietary data. The agreement is supposed to guide the party, which has received access to the confidential information, on how to work with such information, how to protect it, and what they are not allowed to do in any case.
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