Here are some reasons why they may not be suitable for your situation: a confidentiality agreement may be refused if it is not specific enough. It may also be refused if it is sufficiently restrictive to prevent the beneficiary from receiving adequate work or supporting himself. Employers may also be reluctant to enter into confidentiality agreements after employees have worked in their roles for a certain period of time. These workers may feel that their employer is changing the rules of their jobs, which could lead to low morale and high turnover. This is why many employers encourage new workers to sign confidentiality agreements shortly after hiring. 3. Confidentiality of Confidential Information.