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Confidentiality Policy

Foundations Learning & Skills Saskatchewan recognizes that our employees and/or volunteers may come into contact with, view or handle confidential information and/or materials that are not readily available to the public. As such, we require employees and/or volunteers to agree to maintain confidentiality regarding all confidential information, materials, processes, etc. obtained over the course of their employment with Foundations. Foundations employees and/or volunteers agree that if confidential information is not effectively protected, the operations and reputation of Foundations may be threatened, and may suffer irreparably.

Employees and/or volunteers with Foundations are required to keep all confidential information and relevant knowledge regarding the company’s clients confidential both during and after their term of employment. These practices have been adopted as they have been deemed essential to the protection of Foundations and its clients.

As an employee and/or volunteer with Foundations, I shall not divulge, disclose, provide or disseminate Confidential Information to any third party not employed by Foundations at any time, unless Foundations gives written authorization. I agree not to remove any confidential information from the premises of Foundations without express written permission from Foundations. Furthermore, Confidential Information shall not be used for any purpose other than its reasonable use in the normal performance of my duties as an employee with Foundations. Reasonable efforts will be made by Foundations to limit access to confidential information to only those who need to know the information.

If I wrongly disclose Confidential Information that I have obtained over the course of my employment or volunteering, Foundations has the right to cease my employment or volunteering commitment immediately. Foundations also has the right to seek legal recourse if a breach of confidentiality occurs in which I am at fault.