Using this online form is the fastest and fastest way to inform us about the information we need to advise you on. You can save your answers while you go, so you don`t need to finish everything at the same time. This agreement is considered to be without prejudice and in accordance with the contract until the date of signature and date by both parties, if it is treated as an open document proving a binding agreement. 6.3 The worker and the employer confirm that they have kept the existence and terms of this agreement confidential, unless disclosure is made to HM Revenue Customs, its professional advisors, members of their immediate family (provided they agree to keep the information confidential) or required by law. 6.1 The worker acknowledges and accepts that he does not transmit the employer`s personal data on his own benefits, including, but not only, to information relating to the financial and business affairs of the employer or his business contacts, and confirms and acknowledges that this obligation is consistent with the clauses [numbers] of their employment contract [DATE] that apply even after the termination date. 4.2 The worker acknowledges that the terms of the compromise agreements under Section 147 of the Equality Act 2010, Section 77 (4A) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (with respect to rights under this Act and the Equal Pay Act 1970), Section 72 (4A) of the Race Relations Act 1976, paragraph 2 of Schedule 3A on Disability Discrimination Act 1995 , paragraph 2, paragraph 2, Of Schedule 4 on Equal Work Regulations (Sexual Orientation), paragraph 2, paragraph 2, second paragraph, Of Schedule 4 of the Equality of Work Regulations 2003, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, second paragraph, of Schedule 5 of the Equality of Work Regulations of 2006, Section 288 (2B) of the Trade Union Relations and Labour Relations Act (consolidation) Act 1992 section 203 (3) of the Employment Rights Act 1996 , Regulation 35, paragraph 3, 1998 working time arrangements, section 49, paragraph 4, the National Minimum Wage Act 1998, Regulation 41, paragraph 4, transnational information and consultation, etc. Regulation 1999, Regulation 9 of part-time workers (prevention of less favoured salaries) Regulations 2000, Regulation 10 of Regulation 10 on workers` time limitation (prevention of adverse treatment) 2002, Regulation 40, paragraph 4 of the Workers` Information and Consultation Regulation in 2004 and paragraph 13 of 10.2 that the courts in England and Wales have [exclusively or not exclusively] jurisdiction to settle disputes or claims arising from or related agreement or (including non-contractual disputes or claims). 5.2 The employee guarantees that he will irreparably delete, before the termination date, all information about the employer`s business or commercial contacts that he has stored on a magnetic or optical hard drive or a memory of personal electronic devices, including computers of any kind, and mobile phones. x) [in accordance with regulations 27 and 32 of transnational information and consultation, etc.