1. During the period of employment of the employee with the employer, the worker undertakes not to participate in commercial competition without the prior written consent of the employer. 2. After dismissal, the worker agrees that future employment in business competition requires the worker to inform the new employer that he is unable to disclose confidential or protected information that the worker has obtained in the course of his employment from the employer. Confidentiality agreements often involve how long an employee who leaves their job may not work for a competing company. The objective is that the former employee is not able to benefit or make profits to a new employer with information obtained by a competitor, the former employer.