1.     Scope of the Policy

During the course of the Employee’s employment they will have access to and be entrusted with Confidential Information.

“Confidential Information" means all and any information concerning the Company’s business and finances, including without limitation, technical procedures and intellectual property rights, its customer, client and supplier lists, including details of prospective clients; its dealings, transactions and affairs; its products and services; contact details of clients, customers and suppliers; information about individuals within clients, customers and suppliers; financial projections, targets and accounts; pricing policies and pricing statistics; commercial activities, product development and future plans; and similar information concerning the Company’s clients, customers and suppliers, all of which information is acknowledged by the Employee to be:

·       Confidential to the Company;

·       Commercially sensitive in the Company’s market; 

·       Potentially damaging to the Company’s financial stability if disclosed to a third party.


2.     Policy Statement


The Employee shall not, during the period of their employment hereunder, except in the proper course of their duties, and shall not at any time and in any circumstances after the termination of their employment except with the prior written consent of the Company, for their own benefit or for the benefit of any other person, firm or corporation (other than the Company) use or divulge or disclose any Confidential Information.


The Employee shall not during the continuation of their employment, make (other than for the Company’s benefit) memoranda, tape recordings, films, photographs, plans, drawings or any other form of record including, without limitation, copies (whether electronic or otherwise) of any matter which is confidential to the Company or its clients or concerning any of its dealings or affairs. Any record made by the Employee as aforesaid shall be and remain the Company’s property and shall be handed over by the Employee to the Company as it may require on demand and in any event not later than the date of termination of the Employee’s employment under this Employment Contract. In particular, and without prejudice to that generality, the Employee shall not create or print any client or customer list (other than in the proper performance of the Employee’s duties) and any such list must not be removed from the Company’s premises at any time and for any reason.


The Employee shall not, whilst in the Company’s employment, engage, either directly or indirectly or by association in work of any nature connected with another business of a similar nature, or in any work of a type carried on by the Company. Any breach of the policy is likely to constitute a serious disciplinary, contractual and criminal matter for the individual concerned. This could constitute gross misconduct for which an offending employee may be dismissed without notice. It may also cause serious damage to the reputation and standing of CSS LLC.


During the continuance of the Employee’s employment they shall use their best end eavours to prevent the divulgence or disclosure by third parties of the Confidential Information.


3.     Communication and review

This policy will be communicated to staff via the Employee Handbook, during induction, and at staff meetings. This policy will be reviewed on a biennial basis.


Approved by director: Farhad Karimov _________________          

Date: 10.01.2019