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Employee/Contractor Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement
1. Confidential and Proprietary Information
As an Authorized User and/or Administrator of Dayton Superior Corporation’s (referred to
as the Company) e-commerce tools (Dayton Access® and/or Dayton Superior
Storefront™), you and your registered employees (referred to as Authorized Users) may
have access to confidential information that is commercially valuable. Any unauthorized
use or disclosure of this information would cause serious and irreparable injury to the
Confidential and Proprietary Information includes, but is not limited to:
Accounts Receivable information
Open order information
New product information
Employee contact information
any other information in any form (including all memoranda, notes, records,
reports, manuals and any other documents, both hard copy and electronic data),
which is not generally known to any competitor of the Company.
As an Authorized User, you agree you will not directly or indirectly use, divulge, disclose
or communicate to any person, firm or corporation any Confidential and Proprietary
Information, unless it is with the written permission of an officer of the Company.
2. Trade Secrets
As an Authorized User of Dayton Access and/or Dayton Superior Storefront, you may
have access to trade secrets that are commercially valuable. Any unauthorized use or
disclosure of these secrets would cause serious and irreparable injury to the Company.
Trade Secrets include, but are not limited to:
Any and all ideas, practices, and/or manufacturing processes developed by the
Company that procure economic value for the Company.
Any and all ideas, practices, and/or manufacturing processes that procure economic
value for the Company by not being readily known by legal means by any other
person or business entity who could also derive value from them.