Protect Your Privacy and Safety
Effective Date: September 15, 2010
We do not sell our users’ personally identifiable information to anyone for any reason if the user has indicated a desire for us to keep the information private. When posting jobs and resumes, our users decide for themselves how much contact information they wish to display (we enable private communication for those who choose to hide this information).
Weaver Partners may also disclose specific user information when we determine that such disclosure is necessary to comply with the law, to cooperate with or seek assistance from law enforcement or to protect the interests or safety of Weaver Partners or other users of the Sites. In addition, personal information we have collected may be passed on to a third party in the event of a transfer of ownership or assets or a bankruptcy of Weaver Partners. Such disclosures may be made with or without your consent, and with or without notice.
About Cookies and Third Party Advertisers
In addition, some of the employers that use our Sites may place cookies on your computer through their job postings and may use such cookies to distinguish your web browser uniquely. Often, employers use such information to track the effectiveness of their job postings by measuring how many users who view their postings later became job applicants. To obtain instructions regarding deleting or disabling cookies, please click here.
When we obtain information about you, we may process the information outside of the country in which you are located, including in the United States. The countries in which we process the information may not have the same data protection laws as the country in which you are located. Further, users who access your information, such as potential employers, also may be located in a different country than you and different laws may apply to their use of your information.
What You Should Know
Your California Privacy Rights
California law permits its residents to request and receive information about a business’ disclosure of certain categories of personal information to other companies for their use in direct marketing. If you are a California resident and a user of any of the Sites, you can request a copy of this information from Weaver Partners by sending an email to email@example.com or a letter to Weaver Partners at 112 Spring St
Batavia, IL 60510. Please include your name and email address in email requests, and your name and postal address in mail requests.
Some Important Tips To Use When Dealing With Prospective Employers
Never give out your social security number to a prospective employer.
Never provide credit card or bank numbers or engage in a monetary transaction of any sort.
Be cautious when dealing with contacts outside of your own country.
Do not provide any non-work related personal information (i.e. social security number, eye color, marital status, etc.) over the phone or online.
Other Privacy Features On the Sites
You never need to provide personally identifiable data to search for jobs on our site.
Post a Resume
Posting your resume on the Sites puts you in front of thousands of employers with open positions each day. When you post your resume, we automatically create a registration for you using the email address and password that you supply. When you return to the Sites in the future you will use that same email address and password to access and edit your existing resume.
Resume Privacy Options
Posting your resume on the Weaver Partners puts you in front employers with open positions each day. When you post your resume, we automatically forward that resume to a weaver partners staff for review.
We attempt to limit access to our searchable resume database to legitimate users such as paying employers, recruiters, hiring managers, headhunters and human resource professionals, but cannot guarantee that other parties will not gain access to this database. We cannot control the use made of resumes by third parties who access such resumes while they are in our searchable database. You may remove your resume from our searchable database at any time. However, employers, recruiters and others who have paid for access to that database, as well as parties who have otherwise gained access to the database may have retained a copy of your resume in their own files or databases. We cannot control the retention, use or privacy of resumes or profiles that have been downloaded by third parties. Accordingly, you should not put the information you would not want to be made public on your resume.