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Making an Employee Non Disclosure Agreement
To maintain your business's competitive advantage, use an Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect your confidential information. Protected information can include business performance metrics, technical data, partner or customer lists, copyrights, inventions, trade secrets, and other intellectual property. It can be helpful to get your Employee NDA signed as part of the onboarding process, so that both parties understand their duties and privileges as you embark on your working relationship together.
Use the Employee Non Disclosure Agreement document if:
At many companies, it has become a common practice for new hires to sign an Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement. If your employees don't sign a confidentiality agreement, your trade secrets and sensitive business information may be shared or otherwise used by existing and former staff in ways that can damage your business. An Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement sets the expectation that your proprietary information will not be disclosed and it enables you to take legal action if the agreement is violated.