Employee Confidentiality and Non-Competition Agreement; protect your company secrets and limit work for direct competitors


This agreement is for business owners to give to their employees to protect company products, trade secrets, and sensitive information.


Are you a business owner seeking to secure your company secrets and curb competition? Our Employee Confidentiality and Non-Competition Agreement serve this purpose perfectly. Use it to protect your company’s products, trade secrets, client information, and other sensitive data while preventing your employee from collaborating with direct competition.

Commonly known as a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), this legal document is ideal for use before hiring an employee. It safeguards your trade secrets and procedures effectively. And if you’ve already hired, there’s no need to worry – this agreement works post-hire too!

The Template in Focus:

Our legal team has meticulously crafted this agreement, ensuring its enforceability. Tried and tested through years of practice, it comes with clear instructions, allowing you to quickly download, personalize, review, and send it out as a PDF.

Usage Steps:

  1. Download the agreement.
  2. Personalize with your details.
  3. Review and tweak as necessary.
  4. Save as a PDF.
  5. Send to your prospective or existing employee.

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