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Protecting Your Company from the Departing Employee

Topic:
Protecting Your Company from the Departing Employee
Date:
May 22, 2013 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Rob Radcliff, Lawyer(Langley Weinstein LLP)
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Description
In an age where employees can abscond with a truckload of information on a simple thumb drive, what can employers do to protect their trade secrets and proprietary information? Recent surveys confirm that departing employees are walking out the door with company information almost as a matter of course. Employers have to take affirmative steps to stop this type of conduct.

This presentation will address policies and procedures aimed to prevent or at least thwart a departing employee from taking sensitive information. The company must adopt confidentiality and non-disclosure policies that the employee acknowledges upon commencing employment. The company should stress the seriousness of the obligations under the various agreements and not treat them simply as another form to sign during the hiring process. In addition, when appropriate, the employer can adopt other agreements such as garden leave policies, non-competes, and non-solicitation obligations that can protect company information, customer relationships, and overall competiveness. The ultimate goal is to prevent the employee from starting a competing company with the employer’s information.

In addition to up front policies and agreements, the presentation will also address procedures that are suggested at the time of departure to reemphasize the agreements previously entered into by the employee. These range from the exit interview to friendly reminder letters of company obligations.

Finally, the presentation will discuss some pragmatic solutions for how to protect company information beyond employee covenants. These include password protection of company trade secrets, monitoring employee access to proprietary information, and regulation of mobile devices, laptops, and other technology which allows access to company information.

Who Should Participate
Any HR professional, but those particularly involved in industries where employees are using significant company proprietary and trade secret information. This could range from sales to those in research and development.
What You Will Learn
  1. Practical solutions to avoiding the late-night information dump or theft
  2. Key policies and agreements that need to be in place with the employee from day one to prevent information theft
  3. Advice on how to handle the typical departure:
    1. the planned resignation
    2. the firing
    3. the phased out departure
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Langley Weinstein LLP

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Very hard to hear understand the speaker even after he called in as he spoke in a low voice mumbled. 3 / 5
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