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sreedevi_poduri
Dear All,
In our organisation we are changing the format of appoinment letter. In this letter we would like to add a point that employee need to maintain confidentiality even after the termination/ resignation of the employment. Now my doubt is whether is there any stipulated time period is there for that particular point. Can anybody advise me on the same.
Regds,
Sreedevi Poduri

From India, Hyderabad
PROFESSIONALS AND BUSINESSES PARTICIPATING IN DISCUSSION
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Vaishalee Parkhi
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Athena & Bhairav
Legal Consultant

Vaishalee Parkhi
175

Hello Sreedevi,
The period would vary from 2 years till 10 years, depending on your business nature / product nature / service area and the critical factors involved with it.
However, the basic issue would be how you or HR is going to monitor it or track it. Any employee can reveal the information once he is out from the company or relieved from company services.
With best regards,
Vaishalee Parkhi

From India, Pune
Athena & Bhairav
2

Dear Sridevi
The confidentiality clause will get terminated along with the termination of employment contract and hence it is very important to mention that the confidentiality clause will survive termination of employment contract.
Further, you can cause the employees moving out the company to again enter into a confidentiality agreement while making it part of the exit process of the company which would be applicable to any and all employees across the company.
Regards
A&B

From India, Ahmedabad
Dinesh Divekar
7838

Dear Sreedevi,
Appointment letter is contract between employer and employee. This relationship ceases when the contract ceases to exist. Keeping this legal angle apart, what is important is to understand how to enforce the terms and conditions of the contract. Once the employee leaves the job, how will you prove or even find out that he/she has violated the clause of confidentiality?
Therefore, I recommend not to go too far in designing the terms of appointment.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
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