Integrity Canada Inc. - Privacy Statement
Integrity Canada Inc. respects the privacy
of individuals in all aspects of our business operations.
We have a longstanding commitment to protecting the personal
information of job seekers when providing services to our
clients. Your personal information is only collected, used
and disclosed by Integrity Canada Inc. in accordance with
Why Do We Collect Personal
As a job seeker using Integrity Canada Inc.'s
services, you are asked to provide certain pieces of information
in order for us to provide you with the best possible service.
In addition to your contact details, your resumé, and a description
of the type of work you are looking for, your file may include
||Our interview notes
through reference and background check
||Skill testing results
We use your information to:
qualifications, needs and preferences
||Find the “best fit”
job opportunities for you
||Fulfill our client's
requests for information about job candidates
||Provide you with
appropriate training or career transition services
||Skill testing results
||Assess and develop
our business and operations to better service job seekers
and our clients
||For other similar
or related purposes that are reasonably necessary for
the proper management of Integrity Canada Inc.’s business
Integrity Canada Inc. never collects more personal information
than is needed to fulfill these purposes, unless requested by
the client and consented to by the job seeker
When Do We Disclose Personal
Information And To Whom?
Your personal information
is never traded, sold or leased by us to any external companies.
Your information is only disclosed for Integrity Canada Inc.’s
legitimate business purposes or as required to meet legal and
regulatory requirements, for example, to comply with a court
In the normal course of business, we disclose your personal
information to our clients when we feel there is a potential
for a job placement. As a job seeker, you are relying on us
to share such information. We only provide your information
to employers if there is a job opening that is well suited for
you, and we only provide information required and requested
to make an informed decision regarding a job candidate.
share information with our affiliates, partners, contractors
or other companies (collectively “representatives”) that we
use to provide full staffing services. However, we only disclose
limited information as required for the function that will be
performed by the representative on our behalf. Examples of companies
we share your limited personal information with include:
perform background checks including criminal, educational
and credit checks as required by the client
Have You Consented?
Having read this policy and by using our
services and providing us with your personal information, we
imply your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of
your personal information as specified herein.
and when necessary, we also obtain your express consent for
particular uses and disclosures. For example, we obtain your
express consent before releasing your information to a third
party who provides background checks on potential employees.
We imply your consent if we feel we are using your personal
information for purposes that are obvious to you. For example,
if you list the names and phone numbers of your previous employers
on your resumé for reference checking purposes, we will not
seek your express consent before checking these references.
How Long Is Your Information Retained?
We retain your information as long as we are
offering placement services to you, or longer if required
by law. For permanent placements, we retain your information
for seven years after you accept a permanent employment position.
Do We Keep Your Personal Information Secure?
We have staff procedures and policies in place to ensure that
your personal information, in both paper and electronic format,
are secure. For example, we require the following:
||Access to electronic
and paper files is limited on a need-to-know basis depending
on job function
criteria and expiry make unauthorized access more difficult
on the importance of privacy and security is undertaken
How Can You Access Your
Personal Information And Check Its Accuracy?
Integrity Canada Inc. relies on the information
provided by you, as well as third parties such as those providing
references, educational institutions or those conducting background
checks. If you would like access to the personal information
we have on file for you, we will ask you to put your request
in writing. You will be given reasonable access to your personal
information to verify or correct information, provided your
file is ‘active'. Every effort will be made to respond to
your inquiry within 10 days.
Integrity Canada Inc. strives to maintain accurate
records of your personal information, however, this cannot
be achieved without your help. In this ongoing effort, we
ask you to provide us with your most up to date information.
Write to the address below and let us know of any personal
information you have given us in the past that is incomplete,
inaccurate, or no longer relevant. It will be our pleasure
to make appropriate modifications.
Resolving Your Concerns
In order to continually
monitor and strengthen our privacy procedures, we have appointed
a Privacy Officer who can be contacted through our head office
at 416-747-5959. Please contact our Privacy Officer if you have
any questions about privacy that were not answered above. We
welcome your suggestions.
Changes To This Privacy Statement
Integrity Canada Inc. reserves the right to modify or supplement
our privacy statement at any time. If we make any changes, we
will update our web site to include such changes. If you return
to this site after a period of more than 30 days, please check
this privacy statement to confirm you are familiar with the
most recent update. Your continued use of our services will
constitute your consent to the changes, including use of personal
information previously provided, as if they were the initial
terms. However, we will seek your consent if we want to use
your personal information for purposes other than those agreed
Integrity Canada Anti-Spam Policy
In order to comply with Canada.s new Anti-Spam Law, Integrity Canada has developed an Anti-Spam Policy to ensure that our
candidates and clients and others who receive communications from us do not encounter spam. We only send commercial
electronic messages (CEMs) from our servers in compliance with our new Anti-Spam Policy dated July 1, 2014. A CEM sent by
Integrity Canada is an electronic message that encourages the receiver to engage in communication with the sender regarding
What is spam?
Spam is unsolicited electronic messages, also known as .junk. email or text messages, often, but not always, sent in bulk
form. An electronic message may be spam if:
- The message is deceptive in that there is an attempt to hide the true sender or content of the message;
- The recipient.s personal identity and context are irrelevant because the message is equally applicable to any
other potential recipients or;
- The recipient has not granted explicit or implied consent for the message to be sent.
When does Integrity Canada send commercial electronic messages?
Integrity Canada only sends CEMs in the following contexts:
||You have explicitly informed us that you would like to
receive such messages (e.g. you have engaged in previous recruitment activities, your profile is currently in our database,
you have requested assistance from Integrity Canada regarding your career, you have requested assistance from Integrity
Canada to help hire staff for your company);
Integrity Canada is responding to a request for information from you;
To communicate with you regarding a recruitment initiative that has the potential to be applicable to your skills;
To provide information that you are entitled to receive about an update on search activities;
You have provided your email address to us, or have a published email address, without placing any restrictions on
its use, and the content we are sending you is relevant to employment;
You have an existing relationship with a third party and they have referred us to you;
You have an existing business relationship with Integrity Canada;
You have an existing non-business relationship with Integrity Canada (e.g. you are a former Contractor or Client or
previously placed permanent employee);
The Integrity Canada representative sending you the message has a personal or family relationship with you or;
You are receiving the message in order for Integrity Canada to fulfill a legal obligation or enforce a pending or
existing legal right.
How does Integrity Canada protect you from receiving spam?
CEMs sent, or caused to be sent from Integrity Canada.s servers do not:
Integrity Canada does not knowingly do business with any company that participates in sending spam. Integrity Canada does
not sell or exchange any of your information without your consent.
Use or contain invalid or forged headers or non-existent domain names;|
Employ any technique to otherwise misrepresent or obscure the sender of the message, the point of origin or the
transmission path for the message;|
Contain false or misleading information in the subject line or otherwise contain false or misleading
Use a third party.s internet domain name, or relay from or through a third party.s equipment, without permission of
the third party or;|
Attempt to surprise or confuse you. Integrity Canada makes best efforts to ensure that you have either
specifically asked to receive electronic messages from us, or you can reasonably expect to receive messages from us.
What if I no longer want to receive messages from Integrity Canada?
In most cases, Integrity Canada CEMs provide you with the ability to unsubscribe or opt out of receiving our CEMs. When you
unsubscribe through the method provided in our CEMs, your request will be processed as soon as possible, and no later than
10 days after you send the request. There are only limited contexts in which you cannot request that Integrity Canada stop
sending you messages, such as when we must communicate with you to enforce Integrity Canada.s legal rights.
Receipt of a CEM from Integrity Canada that seems to violate this policy:
In the unlikely event that you receive any messages from Integrity Canada that may be considered spam please contact us at
email@example.com and the matter will be
investigated. All Integrity Canada staff are aware of this Anti-Spam Policy, are appropriately trained, and are required to
ensure that CEMs receive prior approval from the Integrity Canada Client Relationship Manager before being sent to any of
our lists. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken in the event that this procedure is not followed.
Changes to the Anti-Spam Policy:
Integrity Canada may amend this policy at any time by publishing a new version of it on its website (www.integritycanada.com).
We are committed to ensuring that you do not receive unwanted emails from our servers. Should you have any questions about
Integrity Canada.s spam management strategies, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact information will also appear on every CEM you receive from us.