Letter Reminding Former Employee Of Confidentiality Agreement

This month, an employee posted voting information from an internal meeting on social media. This employee was identified and fired the next day. According to a CNBC report, the email was shared with the publication and verified with several current employees, all of whom requested anonymity. Here is the email in its entirety: it is the responsibility of each employee to honor and preserve our culture of progress and sharing, while sticking to company policy. To do otherwise would be a disservice to your colleagues, our mission and the hard work you do every day. Thank you for helping to advance Tesla`s mission by raising awareness and protecting your valuable work. January is certainly the month of New Year`s resolutions. Anyone who has gone to their gym or gym can certainly certify it! But January is also a big month for New Year`s Eve RESIGNATIONS. Many companies have the highest turnover rate after the first year. What for? Well, many companies pay their bonuses and/or commissions in December (at the end of the year). Many employees who leave in January had already decided to leave the company weeks or months before the first year. They are simply waiting to pick up their last “big” cheque before joining their new employer.

While companies cannot compel employees to stay with them (at least in the U.S.) or to prevent their total revenue, they can at least take steps to ensure that their most valuable assets (. B, for example, confidential information, trade secrets and customer relations) are protected. Is your company ready for these resignations? A former employee downloaded Tesla`s intellectual property from a personal iCloud account and left the company for a competitor. Tesla filed a complaint and sued him for stealing trade secrets. Tesla has filed a complaint against former employees and a competitor for stealing proprietary information and trade secrets, in order to help the competitor skip the last few years of work required to develop and operate its own storage, logistics and inventory control operations. In January, an employee was identified for disclosing confidential business information on Twitter, including production numbers, to journalists. The employee was dismissed for violating NDA and Tesla communication guidelines. As a contributor and shareholder, each of us has a responsibility to protect all the information and technologies we use and generate on a daily basis.

The e-mail reminded employees that each of them was signing confidentiality agreements and warned that the company would take counter-measures, including “cessation of employment, claims and even criminal prosecution.” – Last month, a criminal complaint was filed against a former employee who exfiltrated confidential business information from the Tesla domain on his personal account and threatened to disclose confidential information from the company.

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