I am currently in the process of applying for a new job, and have been called for interviews by several places across Western Europe (specifying the location in case it matters). As part of the interview process, in my field it is standard practice to give the interviewers a presentation of past work. This is a research field, so that means presenting the results obtained in the past and published in research journals and conferences, similar to a seminar.
Now, in my current company (UK-based) I have been giving several presentations over the years, and I have a well-tested and refined "backbone" to which I add new results every time I have to give another talk at a conference or seminar.
The issue I am facing is that I do not know whether I should use the company template (which includes logo and graphic theme) for presentations when I am applying for other jobs.
On the one hand, it makes sense since the work has been conducted at the company and it makes it recognisable. On the other hand, the company might not like that their branding is being used by an employee who is leaving, especially because I always have to get approval when giving a presentation representing the company, but in this case a) I am not representing the company, and b) I don't want my employer to know I am leaving before having a signed contract in hand.
Note: all of the information I will talk about is public domain, so there is no confidentiality issue here.