Staff trust agreements are also important when it comes to providing incentives for staff performance. Performance incentives in the company are usually discarded on the basis of employee performance. The human resources department generally monitors the various services. The disclosure of such information could create rivalries between workers, which requires keeping it secret. The signing of a performance-HR confidentiality agreement legally obliges the HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT to prevent the disclosure of staff benefits. In the first paragraph of a confidentiality agreement, it could be stated: « During my employment with ABC Company, I may have access to confidential data or information related to the company`s activities. This confidential information may be provided to me orally, such as during conference calls, as well as through the electronic and printed transmission of information about staff and the organization. I understand the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of this information, including the information I have obtained and the information that staff provide to me. For the conclusion of the rh-HR confidentiality agreement, both parties must sign the agreement on the effective date. A staff trust agreement is also used when a company wants to introduce new strategies such as revising salaries, increasing goals and new guidelines in the company.
The human resources department usually has access to this information well before the staff. By ensuring that the human resources department signs a confidentiality agreement, the company ensures that information is not passed on to employees before the agreed date. For example, the last clause of an HR confidentiality agreement could be: « I have read and understood the clauses of this agreement and I confirm receipt of the agreement. My signature shows that I will comply with the requirements of this HR confidentiality agreement. Add not only a study with the company related to the signing of the agreement, but also a statement on the use of the Internet to protect the company`s vulnerability to technology disclosures or hacking. . . .