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Making an Employee Non Disclosure Agreement
An Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a confidentiality agreement that an employer can use to protect proprietary business information. Protected information can include business performance metrics, technical data, partner or customer lists, inventions, trade secrets, and other intellectual property. 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 and weaken your competitive advantage. 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. It can be helpful to get your Employee NDA signed as part of the onboarding process, so that all parties understand their duties and privileges as you embark on your working relationship together. This document can also be used for existing employees.
It's fast and easy to get what you need with a free Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement template from Rocket Lawyer:
Each Employee NDA from Rocket Lawyer can be completely personalized to address your unique circumstances. When you're ready to begin, click the button that says "Make document". Your NDA will be built piece by piece so you can feel confident that it contains the correct details that you'll need.
Making an Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement is typically simple; however, you could need legal advice. Having an attorney look over the document could take a lot of time on your own. Another approach could be through Rocket Lawyer attorney services. Rocket Lawyer Premium members can ask for advice from an experienced attorney or ask additional legal questions. As always, you can be confident that Rocket Lawyer is by your side.
The fees associated with finding and hiring an attorney to produce an Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement might add up to between two hundred and one thousand dollars, depending on where you are located and how complex the matter is. Rocket Lawyer isn't a run-of-the-mill Confidentiality Agreement template website. With us, anyone under a Premium membership can take advantage of up to 40% in savings when hiring an attorney.
After creating this NDA, you'll be able to review it anytime and anywhere. You also may try any of these actions with your document: editing it, downloading it as a Word or PDF file, printing it out, or signing it with RocketSign®. Alongside your Employee NDA, you'll also find a series of next steps to take to finalize your document.
Witnesses and notarization are not legally required for your Employee NDA.