In order to stop the unwanted leakage, the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has instructed it’s staff members to sign a nondisclosure agreement, Cricket Age reliably learns.
According to sources, SLC HR Manager Tanesh Dias has been given the task to take the signatures of the board staff on the 7-pages agreement, which is aimed to stop the leaking of confidential information. Till now, majority of employees have signed the agreement.
“The nondisclosure agreement says that all the employees will have to adhere to the terms and conditions, mentioned in the agreement” a top SLC official told Cricket Age.
It has learned that the punishment may be like salary cut or transfer to board High Performance Centre (HPC) at Khetterama. The staff also includes all the confidential secretaries, as well as Head Of Departments (HOD’s).
Interestingly, the ExCo members will not be signing the nondisclosure agreement, as it is mandatory only for the employees.
Currently, the SLC is gearing up for the Bangladesh test series and ambitious Lanka Premier League (LPL).