Friday, November 9, 2007

britney spears and others that have no confidentiality

With tabloids, gossip colums, tv shows and websites offering former employee's big money to tell all about their former employer, its no wonder they break their confidentiality agreements. pays big money, while perez hilton does not pay, but will get someone noticed. News of the world is always in the mix with their big money payouts for tips and gossip news. X17, splashnews, star, enquirer, sun, and hundreds of others offer so much money, that a confidentiality agreement means very little to these unloyal former staff.

If you read through past posts, Rob Tencer have stated full instructions for getting staff to keep confidentiality agreements, and letters they signed in contracts to start work.

Of course I also mentioned how to treat staff and how to gain trust and loyalty.

It saddens me to see that young assistants of britney spears felt it so important to destroy her relationship with her children. This goes beyond trying to straighten out a clients problems by informing on her, this is purely about no loyalty, no trust and big money payouts. What a shame.

This is some appalling things written by former staff with letters of confidentiality:

Spears's former assistant Kalie Machado has told how the 25-year-old set up a shrine to Kevin Federline after they split and also revealed Britney would regularly walk around her home naked.

Kalie reveals that Britney struggled to cope with the breakdown of her marriage, and as well as keeping her wedding dress in a case in the entrance of the home, also held on to Kevin's possessions.

She revealed: "Britney kept all Kevin's clothes and she would wander into his wardrobe and look at them. You could say it was a shrine to him - or to their marriage at least."

Kalie claims that during her marriage, Kevin was hardly ever home, leaving Britney alone with her sons and while she eventually filed for divorce, she was still desperate to win back his affection.

Kalie said: "She felt so unwanted and she's already insecure. It just made her crazy and depressed.

"She was incredibly sad and lonely while I was with her. I could tell she desperately wanted him back. She'd burst into tears when he wouldn't return her calls."

rob tencer is a public relations expert, and a sober companion. rob tencer understands confidentiality and loyalty.

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