Sometimes the agreement contains other things that are beneficial to the employee, for example. B an agreed letter of reference. The guidelines also cover the use of confidentiality clauses in employment contracts, which aim to prevent workers from talking about discrimination that will occur in the future. In any event, it is likely that such an approach would not be applicable. A large number of legal rights can be settled by a compromise agreement, for example rights for: the EHRC asks employers to move away from a flat-rate position and take a more personalised approach. The Guidelines contain some examples of cases where confidentiality agreements are legitimate, including cases where the worker requests a confidentiality agreement or where there are legitimate business interests. . . .