Studenttimes Staffing Solutions privacy policy

All companies must abide by Bill C-6, Canada’s Personal Information Protective and Electronic Document Act (PIPEDA), as of January 1st, 2004. With the help of this legislation, your personal information will be better protected, and you will have more choice over how it is used and potentially shared.

Studenttimes Staffing Solutions Inc. takes a very proactive approach to follow the law. All the personal data that our business collects is kept in absolute confidentiality.

Prior to placing you in the workforce, Studenttimes Staffing Solutions Inc. gathers personal information about you to help us understand your needs and skills and to better serve you.

To better understand your needs and help you, we need certain information for the reasons listed below.

  • Keeping confidential records.
  • We may use the information to improve our information, and citizen journalist sites and services.
  • Using the email address, you have provided, we may send you occasional emails with information about new services, exclusive offers, or other offers we think you’ll find interesting.
  • about the occasion, we may also use your information to get in touch with you for market research. We may get in touch with you via phone, fax, email, or mail and social media. We might use the data to modify the website to better reflect your interests.

We combine Information

We combine information we collect from you on the website with information we receive from you offline. We combine information that we have collected across other third-party sites. We also combine information you provide with information we obtain from third parties.

When we share data with others

We share categories of information as described here:

We disclose information to our franchisees. This includes contact, demographic, and employment information.

We disclose data with businesses who work on our behalf. Contact, demographic, and employment data are included for businesses that offer services for managing employees. Consider benefit suppliers. With vendors who assist us in distributing marketing materials and other communications, we share contact and site usage information.

We share information with our customers. We provide contact, demographic, and employment data to clients looking for employees.

If we believe it is necessary to do so in order to adhere to the law or to protect ourselves, we will release information. To comply with a court order or subpoena, we may disclose the data we have about you. In response to a request from a government agency or investigative body, we exchange information. When we look into possible fraud, we share the data we gather.