Any information that an employee learns about Sundog Media, its customers, employees, contractors, or business relations as a result of working for Sundog Media that is not otherwise publicly available constitutes confidential information. Employees may not disclose confidential information to anyone who is not employed by Sundog Media or to other persons employed by Sundog Media who do not need to know such information to assist in rendering services.
The protection of privileged and confidential information, including trade secrets, is vital to the interests and the success of Sundog Media. The disclosure, distribution, electronic transmission or copying of Sundog Media’s confidential information is prohibited. Such information includes, but is not limited to the following examples:
- Compensation data.
- User names and passwords.
- Program and financial information, including information related to donors, and pending projects and proposals.
Employees are required to agree to non‐disclosure of these items as a condition of employment. Any employee who discloses confidential Sundog Media or customer information will be subject to disciplinary action (including possible separation), even if he or she does not actually benefit from the disclosure of such information.
Discussions involving sensitive information should always be held in confidential settings to safeguard the confidentiality of the information. Conversations regarding confidential information should not generally be conducted on cellular phones in elevators, restrooms, restaurants, or other places where conversations might be overheard.
By accepting employment with Sundog Media, you agree that you understand and will abide by the above policy and pledge not to disclose confidential information.