Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement

Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement

An employee non-disclosure agreement prevents employees from discussing sensitive company information with anyone outside of the company.
When should I use an employee NDA?
  • Checkmark When hiring new employees that may have access to confidential business information
  • Checkmark When existing employees would have access to sensitive proprietary information
  • Checkmark When sharing or discussing non-public information with employees

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How to complete your non-disclosure agreement in 4 steps

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Gather Information

Gather all the relevant information to complete your document. This may include party names, addresses, and confidential information that will be shared. It is advisable to determine what information may potentially be disclosed.

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Answer Key Questions

Use the information you collected to complete your non-disclosure agreement. You will be guided through each step, allowing you to customize your document to match your specific needs. The questions and information presented to you dynamically change depending upon your answers.

Review and Sign

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Review and Sign

It is important to read your agreement thoroughly to ensure the document is free of errors and omissions. After completing your agreement, all parties are required to sign the agreement to make it legally binding.

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Distribute and Store Copies

At a minimum, all parties that sign the document should receive a copy once it is fully executed (everyone has signed).  Be sure to store your copy in a safe location. It is a good idea to keep both a physical and electronic copy.

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An employee non-disclosure agreement helps prevent an employee from making unauthorized disclosures of the employer's confidential information or using it for his or her own benefit. LegalNature's agreement uses a comprehensive definition of "confidential information" and "trade secrets" to ensure any and all proprietary information remains well protected. The employee is required to exercise the utmost diligence and his or her best efforts to guard and protect against unauthorized disclosure or theft of confidential information and trade secrets. Also, if the employee learns that someone else is making unauthorized disclosures, the employee is required to notify the employer.

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