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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Confidentiality clause
    Confidentiality clauseAn employee owes a duty of confidentiality to you, which continues during the period of employment and, to a more limited extent, after termination. The extent of the duty depends on the facts and circumstances of each case but the more senior the employee, probably the greater the duty owed. A confidentiality clause reflects this duty.Keep it confidentialUse our clause to specifically highlight an employee's duties of confidentiality. It helps show employees what their general duties...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to ex-employee threatening to contact ICO
    Letter to ex-employee threatening to contact ICOUse our letter where you believe a former employee has taken personal data with them on leaving employment, such as client records, without your permission. Unlawfully obtaining personal data is a criminal offence prosecuted by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), so threatening to contact the ICO should hopefully secure the return of the data.Criminal offenceUnder the Data Protection Act 2018 it's a criminal offence to knowingly or recklessly obtain or...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Checklist of practical steps to protect businesses from breaches of confidentiality
    Checklist of practical steps to protect businesses from breaches of confidentialityThis checklist provides practical guidance and tips on how to best protect your business from breaches of confidentiality.  It covers things to consider and do in relation to pre-employment, day-to-day management and when termination notice has been given.   Legal clauses to assistYou may wish to have an express Confidentiality Clause as information which is confidential to the business but does not amount to a trade secret...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Workplace companion confidentiality agreement
    Workplace companion confidentiality agreement Where a worker requests to be accompanied to a disciplinary or grievance hearing, use our workplace companion confidentiality agreement. It sets out the extent of the companion's role and your requirements for confidentiality.Statutory rightA worker has a statutory right to be accompanied to a disciplinary, grievance or appeal hearing by either a work colleague or a trade union official (whether the employee is a member of the trade union or not). In certain circumstances,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter enclosing workplace companion confidentiality agreement
    Letter enclosing workplace companion confidentiality agreement Where you require a workplace companion to a disciplinary or grievance hearing to sign a confidentiality agreement, use our covering letter to issue that document to them.Statutory rightA worker has a statutory right to be accompanied to a disciplinary, grievance or appeal hearing by either a work colleague or a trade union official (whether the worker is a member of the trade union or not). In certain circumstances, such as where the workplace is...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter enclosing witness confidentiality agreement and undertaking
     Letter enclosing witness confidentiality agreement and undertaking Where you require an employee to sign a witness confidentiality agreement and undertaking, it's only right that you explain the seriousness of the document to them. This should include the likely consequences if they breach it. Our covering letter sets out your expectations and the sanctions you may impose if they're not met. Explaining the position Taking part in a disciplinary investigation is a serious matter. As a result, you should ask...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Witness confidentiality agreement and undertaking
    Witness confidentiality agreement and undertakingWhen you conduct disciplinary proceedings, or an investigation, you'll probably require the assistance of other employees. But you don't want them shooting their mouth off about what's going on or discussing it with other individuals involved. Not only could this jeopardise the proceedings, it's a breach of confidentiality.  So insist they sign our witness confidentiality agreement and undertaking. It helps to protect your position. Keeping quiet In the vast...
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