Information You Provide
You may provide information to us through this website, or by email, regular mail, telefax, or telephone. If you choose to submit it through this website, our candidate registration form requires you to give us at least your name, email address, and ZIP code and to complete a candidate profile containing information about your employment preferences and qualifications. You may also submit a resume. Your contact and personal information will be used to contact you when necessary, and to send notifications of matching job opportunities or to update your information.
Your resume, contact information and email address will not be released unless you have authorized an Premier Placement, Inc. representative to actively represent you, or if you have specifically chosen to receive updates and special notifications from Premier Placement, Inc. Your contact information is used only for delivering Premier Placement, Inc. services. This information will not be sold or otherwise distributed to third parties for purposes other than those outlined in this Privacy Statement.
This site contains links to other sites. Premier Placement, Inc. is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of those websites.
We use temporary cookies during your visit to our site to assist in your connection to and use of our website. We do not track your use of other websites.
Premier Placement, Inc. suggests that you open a personal email account at any of the many sites offering free Internet email accounts, such as hotmail.com, yahoo.com and mail.com, if you do not wish to receive employment-related information at your primary email address (for example, your place of work). Information about, as well as the terms and conditions of, those email accounts should be obtained from the service provider.
Premier Placement, Inc. gives you the option of deactivating your information in our database, not receiving future communications, or no longer receiving our service. You can send email to email@example.com.
When you submit information via the candidate registration form on this website, that information is protected both online and off-line.
We have taken measures to protect both the physical and electronic security of the data we store. The servers where we store personal information are kept in a protected environment, with multiple, redundant security features.
Your information is restricted in our offices. Only employees or representatives who need the information to perform their job are granted access to that information. Furthermore, all employees are kept up-to-date on Premier Placement, Inc. security and privacy practices. Our employees are notified and/or reminded about the importance we place upon privacy, and what they can do to ensure our customers’ information is protected. However, you should be aware that Premier Placement, Inc. cannot guarantee the confidentiality of your resume, other personal information, or the fact that you are searching for a position in the course of representing you to clients, companies and affiliates for the purpose of arranging interviews and offers of employment. Employers and Premier Placement, Inc. affiliates DO NOT have access to our databases . . . information pertinent to the interview process is submitted to facilitate that purpose.
Premier Placement, Inc. gives you the option of changing, modifying and deleting information previously provided. You can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this site, you can contact email@example.com for assistance.
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