Read this before agreeing to sign a nondisclosure agreement

Nondisclosure agreements may be popular with President Trump — but the average employee should consider the serious repercussions they can have before signing one.

Following leaks at the beginning of his presidency, Trump asked senior White House staff to sign nondisclosure agreements or NDAs, according to a report from Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus. Unnamed sources told Marcus that the agreements were designed to last beyond Trump’s presidency and carried steep financial penalties if broken.

Others had previously suggested that these agreements may be both unenforceable and unconstitutional. As federal employees, White House workers are protected by the First Amendment and cannot be silenced on criminal activity they observe.

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