Non-Disclosure Agreements: Law Society publishes new guidance

Following our reporting of the Women and Equalities Committee’s review of the use of on-Disclosure Agreements in discrimination cases, the Law Society has now published a brief guidance leaflet called ‘Non-disclosure agreements: what you need to know as a worker’. This is just as helpful to employers as it summarises both the things employers cannot stop workers from doing and explains the restrictions commonly imposed on workers prior to signing the NDA.

This has been published as part of the Law Society’s new public legal education initiative to assist the public understand their rights.

Published: 25 September 2019

Article Sections: Employment Guides | Ending employment

Tags: NDAs, law society

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