Fiduciary employees are privy to highly sensitive, and often highly valuable information owned by their employer. Due to this position of trust, the law requires fiduciary employees to place their employers' interest above their own. The parameters of a fiduciary's obligations can become blurred when a fiduciary is dismissed, or leaves to open a competing business. This program will teach you what it means to be a fiduciary, how to determine which employees are fiduciaries, specific considerations when a fiduciary is leaving your company, and best practices for dealing with incoming and departing fiduciaries.
- How to determine which employees are in a fiduciary relationship to the company
- Requirements of fiduciaries
- Duties of departing fiduciaries
- How to prevent fiduciaries from disclosing sensitive information
- What information can fiduciaries keep
- Best practices when onboarding and exiting fiduciaries from the company
Who Should Attend:
HR professionals at larger organizations, and HR professionals at organizations with sensitive/highly confidential internal data.