Chapter 3. Confidentiality, Rights Transfer, and Noncompetition Agreements for Employees

Knowledge worker, a term coined by Peter Drucker in 1959, is one who works primarily with information or one who develops and uses knowledge in the workplace….A Knowledge worker's benefit to a company could be in the form of developing business intelligence, increasing the value of intellectual capital, gaining insight into customer preferences, or a variety of other important gains in knowledge that aid the business.—From Wikipedia on “Knowledge Worker.”


Your technology company needs clear, reasonable, and legally enforceable form agreements with your employees to secure intellectual property for the company, protect your confidential information, ...

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