Reasons for information retention
As a staffing firm dealing with the placement services, we may request for some personal information on the as-required basis. As a part of your onboarding process, background verification and drug screening, we will be requesting for social security number, identification proofs, residential address or current address. At time of hire, we are required by the government to obtain basic information to set you up as a new employee and bank account details/ direct deposit slips will be required after your onboarding for your paychecks. For customers, we require information to provide the employment services and to extend credit terms.
Information as per the need
Job Depot Canada Inc. only collects information that is mandatory and necessary for the effective conduct of its business.
What Job Depot Canada Inc. collects?
On Job Depot Canada Inc. web pages visitors or users can request for services, make inquiries related to the services we provide and register their application for further process, which requires some information. The types of personal information such as name, address, email, phone, fax, and billing information are gathered from these pages. In addition to the terms and conditions that may be detailed on this page and in the privacy statement, you understand and agree that this web site may disclose it to third parties, on any basis, the certain information that has been filled in your employment application. No information in regards to your name, residential address, e-mail address or contact number will be disclosed, without any prior consent from you on the web site. Except to the extent when it is necessary or appropriate to comply with applicable laws or in legal proceedings where this information would be relevant.
How does Job Depot Canada Inc. collect the information?
If/when required, based on the occasion, Job Depot Canada Inc. may request the information directly from you. This will be necessary to ensure that all your existing records are accurate and up- to-date.
Your consent is very valuable for Job Depot Canada Inc. It may be expressed in written, verbal or in electronic form. Job Depot Canada Inc. keeps it in high priority to ensure that you understand why the requested information is needed and what purpose it will solve.
Limited use and disclosure of your personal information.
The use and disclosure of your personal information within our organization will be minimized. Job Depot Canada Inc. will not provide any of your personal information to any third party without your written consent. Under any contractual obligations and/or the law, your personal information can be used and disclosed only to the extent of its need. For example, if any party, employer and employee contacts the organisation for a confirmation of employment, Job Depot Canada Inc. will only verify the information that is required. No additional information will be provided in respect to the confidentiality clause.
Retention duration of your personal information.
Any personal information shared by you, will be retained as long as it is needed or required by law.
Accuracy in information
Job Depot Canada Inc. keeps the latest personal information accurately and complete. You have a complete right to challenge your incomplete or inaccurate information in our database at any point of time. In case of any disagreement or a discrepancy, with regard to the accuracy or missing information, Job Depot Canada Inc. will ensure we have the most recent information and duly update its records.
Protection of personal information.
Job Depot Canada Inc. is fully committed to ensure the privacy of your information. To prevent any unauthorised access or disclosure, maintenance of data accuracy, and to ensure the appropriate use of information, corrective measures have been taken. Job Depot Canada Inc. have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information collected online or in person. Access to personal information is only limited to those who require it in order to perform their assigned duties.
Your right to access.
Individuals may request to see their personal information. Such information will be provided so long as it does not breach any confidentiality policies. It should also not create conflict with any government institution’s request for information under law enforcement or national security reasons.