Confidentiality Clauses and Restrictive Covenants – Be Careful What You Include in an Employment Agreement Second Edition

All businesses have a certain amount of sensitive information that should remain private. In the course of their work, employees often learn or have access to sensitive information about their employers’ businesses. This can include trade secrets, financial data, business plans, customer lists, and other confidential or proprietary information. Employees may also cultivate valuable relationships with co-workers and customers. These relationships can be critical to the success of their employers’ businesses.

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