This notice describes how Ceridian Cares U.S. (“Ceridian Cares”) collects, uses, shares, and secures the information that it collects from people who visit the Ceridian Cares publicly facing websites. This notice does not describe our practices concerning the information that we collect from donors, or the information that we collect from grant applicants or grant recipients.
The Information We Collect
We collect both personal and non-personal information from you.
When we use the term “personal information”, we mean information that directly identifies you, or allows someone to directly contact you. Examples of personal information include your name, e-mail address, telephone number, or business contact information.
When we use the term “non-personal information”, we mean information that does not directly identify you, or allow someone to directly contact you. An example of non-personal information is province of residence.
How We Collect Personal Information
We may collect information from you in the following ways:
- By Asking: We may collect some information from you by asking that you provide it to us. For instance, if you fill out an application form we may ask you for your email address or other business contact information.
- Web Beacons: A web beacon is an electronic file on a Web page that allows us to count and recognize users who have visited that page. Among other things, a web beacon can be used in HTML-formatted email to determine responses to our communications and measure their effectiveness. For instance, if you get an email from us and click on a link in that email to go to our website. You can generally avoid web beacons in email by turning off HTML display and displaying only the text portion of your email. Web beacons may also provide the type of information provided by cookies concerning your use, preferences, and activity on a website.
- Web Server Logs: The computers that deliver our web pages to you may record information. For example, a web server log may record the search terms you enter on our websites, the link you clicked to bring you to the web page, your IP address, or cookies that are set on your browser.
- Other Sources: Other parties may provide us with contact information of businesses or individuals who they think may be interested in Ceridian Cares.
How We Use Personal Information
Among other things, Ceridian Cares may use personal information, such as your e-mail or mailing address, to send you information about charity news, seminars and events that may be of interest to you, or to respond to a request for proposal.
If you decide that you do not want to receive emails from us, you can “opt-out” from receiving such emails by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link provided at the bottom of every email or by sending an email to “firstname.lastname@example.org”. If you decide at a later time that you would like to receive emails from us, you can re-add yourself to our communication list.
How We Share Information
We may share information about you with third parties in certain circumstances including in the following situations:
- Affiliates: We may share information with companies that we own or control, that are owned or controlled by us, or that are under common ownership or control.
- Blogs, Online Postings, and Testimonials: We may decide to allow users to share comments, postings, testimonials, or other information. If you choose to submit such information to us, the information that you submit may be available generally to the public. Information you provide in these areas may be read, collected, and used by others who access them.
- Business Transition: In the event that we, or any portion of our assets, are acquired, we may share all types of information with the acquiring company.
- Law Enforcement: We may report to law enforcement agencies any activities that we reasonably believe to be unlawful, or that we reasonably believe may aid a law enforcement investigation into unlawful activity. In addition, we reserve the right to release your information to law enforcement agencies if we determine, in our sole judgment, that either you have violated our policies, or the release of your information may protect the rights, property, or safety of Ceridian Cares, or another person.
- Legal Process: We may share your information with others as required by, or permitted by, law. This may include sharing your information with governmental entities, or third parties, in response to subpoenas, court orders, other legal process, or as we believe is necessary to exercise our legal rights, to defend against legal claims that have been brought against us, or to defend against possible legal claims that we determine in our sole discretion might be brought against us.
- Service Providers: We may share information with companies or individuals that provide us with services. These services may include, creating or maintaining our databases, preparing and distributing communications, or responding to enquiries. In addition, service providers may be contacted to facilitate the provision of products or services to grant recipients.
How We Secure Information
We take reasonable and appropriate measures to help keep information secure, and to help prevent it from becoming disclosed to individuals who are not described in this policy. While we follow reasonable procedures to try to protect the information in our possession, no security system is perfect and we cannot promise, and you should not expect, that your information will remain secure in all circumstances.
Where appropriate, individuals may raise concerns or complaints regarding their Personal Information.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us:
via email: Privacy@ceridian.com
via Telephone: Privacy Hotline 1-888-975-7674
vial regular mail: write to Privacy Officer, c/o Legal Department, Ceridian HCM, 3311 E. Old Shakopee Road, Minneapolis, MN 55425.
If we need, or are required, to contact you concerning any event that involves your information we may do so by email, telephone, or mail.
If individuals feel that their complaint was not satisfied, they may file a formal complaint, free of charge with the Attorney General in the applicable state.
Changes to the Privacy Notice
We may update this privacy notice to reflect changes to our information practices. If we make any material changes to our policy, those changes will apply to information collected after the effective date listed. We encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on our privacy policies.
Effective Date: October 10, 2017