Confidentiality pack

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Our Confidentiality Templates Toolkit safeguards sensitive information, promoting data security and compliance measures.

Our customisable templates are designed to help you establish and enforce strong confidentiality agreements with your employees and contractors.

We understand that protecting your company's sensitive information is crucial to your success, and our toolkit can help you do just that. Our templates cover a range of topics, including non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality policies, and employee training materials, to ensure that everyone in your organisation understands the importance of confidentiality.

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What is Confidentiality during Termination?

Employee confidentiality is usually used to refer to the confidential data that companies store of employees.

Companies have a responsibility to treat this data with sensitivity, and ensure that only authorised personnel have access to this data.

Robust and clear confidentiality rules help build trust between employer and employee. When there is trust between an employee and employer, information will flow more easily resulting in better communication and productivity. Failure to effectively manage confidentiality could result in a loss of clients and employees.

Confidentiality pack
confidentiality pack
confidentiality pack

Which legal requirements and best practices should employers keep in mind?

  • Employers have a duty to maintain the confidentiality of certain types of information, such as personal data of employees, customers, or clients, and sensitive commercial or financial information.

  • Employers should have clear policies and procedures in place for handling confidential information and ensure that all employees are aware of these policies and trained on how to handle such information.

  • Employers should limit access to confidential information to those who need to know it for the purpose of their job, and ensure that information is stored securely and protected from unauthorised access or disclosure.

  • Employers should obtain explicit consent from individuals before disclosing their personal data to third parties, unless there is a legal basis for doing so.

  • Employers should be aware of their obligations under data protection laws and ensure that any personal data they handle is processed in accordance with these laws.

  • Employers should have a clear procedure for reporting and investigating any breaches of confidentiality, and take appropriate disciplinary action against employees who breach confidentiality policies.

  • Employers should also ensure that confidentiality agreements are in place with employees, contractors, and other third parties who have access to confidential information, and that these agreements are regularly reviewed and updated as necessary.

It is important for employers to take confidentiality seriously and ensure that they are complying with legal requirements to protect sensitive information.

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If you wish to notify a former employee's new employer that the employee is obliged to not share confidential information with them, send this model letter.

If it is alleged that a former employee is sharing confidential information that thay obtained during their employment with you, send this model letter to them to remind them that a confidentiality agreement continues to apply.

Our Restrictive Covenant Enforcement Letter Template safeguards against violations, protecting business interests and maintaining contractual agreements.


Use this model standalone confidentiality agreement prior to discussion of a role / project / consultancy in detail.