Additionally, the National Health Service usually incorporate confidentiality into the clause of the employment contract that links to disciplinary procedures (Department of Health, 2003). A legally binding contract is a type of voluntary agreement between or more parties which covers the specific purpose required by the employer and the employee, and it is enforceable by law (Pozgar, 2018). According to The Employment Rights Act (1996), when an employee starts to employment with an employer, the employer should provide a written statement of initial particular to the employee (Legislation.gov.uk, 2018). Therefore, confidentiality is a prerequisite for nurses to be employed by the health department and it is a clause that nurses always need to follow during their employment. Breach of contract may result in nurse being fired or sued by the employer.