Some information that comes to us, through your use of the UNICON Website “Website”), is “personally identifiable:” it may be used directly or indirectly to determine your identity, location, or equipment. You may visit our website anonymously. However, certain information such as your IP address (a unique identifier of your computer equipment, across the entire Internet), if not masked, is available to us; and, in some cases, we specifically request personally identifiable information. In both cases, we will only use personally identifiable information to support your customer relationship with us.
On some UNICON pages, you can create/update a profile, submit a resume, submit a job order and make inquiries. The types of personal information collected on these pages may include name, e-mail address, location and phone/fax number. Any visit to any website on the Internet results in a record your computer’s IP address. UNICON does not associate your IP address to anything personally identifiable to you.
Use of Collected Information
UNICON uses your personal information to follow up on a job order submission, profile creation or resume submission and to e-mail you to confirm creation/update of a profile. The IP addresses logged on the UNICON Website are used to generate usage reports, for detecting and for maintaining security.
Information Available to Others
UNICON will not sell, rent or lease your personally identifiable information to others except with your permission or under court order. We will only share the personal data you provide with our business partners who are acting on our behalf to serve you. Such UNICON business partners are governed by our privacy policies with respect to the use of this data and are bound by the appropriate confidentiality agreements. UNICON does not release any of the IP addresses that it collects.
UNICON is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other website to which there is a link on this website. Information Security and Quality.
UNICON has put into place technical and managerial procedures to keep your personally identifiable information accurate, complete, current and secure, at least with the same level of protection as for its own information. However, UNICON cannot guarantee absolute protection.