Over the past several months, I conducted an informal, and utterly unscientific, poll about exit interviews. Questionable survey methodology aside, my conversations on this topic confirmed my suspicion: Exit interviews have few fans. There are many reasons for this, but chief among them seems to be doubt on the part of both employers and departing …read more »
Is It Time to Review the Nondisclosure and Confidentiality Provisions in Your Agreements?
Employers typically resolve employment disputes with a release of all claims and a confidentiality clause that obligates the employee to keep the terms of the agreement – and sometimes the underlying allegations – confidential. Standard severance agreements also routinely contain confidentiality clauses. Until recently, the primary risk associated with such provisions has been the possibility …read more »