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1NDA - what is it and for what purpose is it signed?
An NDA or non-disclosure agreement is a document signed to protect a company's sensitive information from unauthorized disclosure. At the same time, the NDA makes it possible to seek damages when the rules enshrined in the contract are violated. This gives a sense of security to both parties.

Drawing up the above-mentioned document, you should include some of the most important points:
  • Define what confidential information is, and give examples so that there are no doubts when enforcing it
  • specify what the confidential information will be used for
  • Determine what actions are to be taken by both parties to protect this information
  • estimate the contractual penalty for breach of contract
  • specify the duration of the contract
  • Determine what will happen to confidential information after the contract ends

    The NDA should be signed:
  • with an employee, a contractor and a person providing services on any legal basis, i.e. the broadly defined personnel,
  • With a manager, with people working together on a B2B basis,
  • With members of the Board of Directors, members of the Supervisory Board,
  • With subcontractors, suppliers, customers,
  • With companies providing outsourcing services, such as IT, accounting, During the negotiations,
  • to protect a business idea, product, invention, etc.
  • with a potential investor
  • 2What documents are necessary to establish cooperation?
    In order to establish a leasing body cooperation, you need to prepare some necessary documents.
  • In the first place, an indispensable element is an NDA agreement, based on which we can proceed to advanced discussions with a potential business partner and provide him with confidential information. What documents are necessary to establish cooperation?
  • After selecting the final candidate(s) for your team- you should draw up a contract/order for outsourcing services. Such a document should include information about the person who will provide us with certain services, the scope of duties, the duration of the contract, the rate.
  • 3T&M ( time & material) what is it?
    T&M is a way of accounting for labor for the number of hours worked. Most often, the concept arises in the implementation of projects whose scope cannot be defined. It also works well for long-term assignments, such as application development or maintenance of software systems.
    The employer pays the contractor using a simple formula: number of hours worked x rate of pay = salary due

  • The quality of the project is higher.
  • No need to define each function at the very beginning.
  • The client/principal has the opportunity to interfere with the shape of the project at all times.
  • The scope of work varies depending on needs and circumstances.
  • 4White Label - what kind of cooperation is it?
    White Label involves one company producing a product and then distributing it through another company.
    5Are meetings with candidates paid anymore?
    We do not charge for interviews with potential candidates. Our clients can arrange meetings with selected people and make a final decision on cooperation. Only at this point do we proceed to the formal signing of the contract, which includes the amounts for the services provided.
    6Can we hire a Specialist directly from our company after the collaboration ends?
    Aberit's IT specialists are hired to be able to supplement our client's resources and ensure professional project implementation. Employment of our IT Expert by the client is not possible.