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Letters Of Confidentiality And Business Consultants

 



For your business to be the best that it can be, you want to know that your business consultant is going to have your business' best interests at heart.


You want to know that you can count on them not to reveal secrets about your business and that everything that you talk about is going to remain confidential.

One of the common misconceptions about letters of confidentiality is that they should only be used when the business consultant is going to be with your company for a long time, and not for short term
employees.

A letter of confidentiality should be used anytime when you are disclosing important information about
your company to someone, such as your trade secrets or the amount of money that you make.

Another common misconception is that every consultant that you hire is going to go out and reveal the
secrets of your company to every person on the street.

Chances are that they won't, but they might say something in passing. If they have signed a letter of
confidentiality, they are going to think twice about what they say.

One other thing to ask a consultant that you are interviewing is if they will continue to work for your
competitors, or if they will stop.

This, of course, is a conflict of interest and the last thing you want to do is to find out that they are
giving the same advice to the very people that you are in competition with.

Make sure that you feel comfortable with possible consultants during the interview and feel like you can trust them.

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