- Non Disclosure of Individual Visits
- TaxDiversity Gives You Control Over Your Personal Information
- Types of Information Collected
- Use of Information
- Updating Personal Information
- Aggregate Information About All TaxDiversity Visitors
- Site Security
- Privacy Commitment Changes
Non-Disclosure of Individual Visits
TaxDiversity.com does not disclose information about your individual visits to the Website, or any personal information that you provide (such as your name, address, email address, telephone number), to any outside parties, except when the law requires it.
TaxDiversity.com Gives You Control Over Your Personal Information.
Members who use the Website have the option of inputting resume profile information in the Resume Database. This includes, but is not limited to, personal information, preferences, locations, skills, experiences and education. The Website will store this information on a personal web page for the Member. Potential employers or anyone outside TaxDiversity.com cannot access the page. Members have the choice of building a 'Confidential' or 'Non Confidential' resume, as well and choosing to activate or deactivate their resumes at any time. TaxDiversity.com's system will query the information on a Member's personal web page for a match with job opportunities that are most appropriate for the Member. TaxDiversity.com will notify Members of those job opportunities that match their pre-selected criteria (preferences, skills and experiences). As a Member you have the option to elect whether or not to communicate and interact with the potential employer.
All information entered into the Salary Comparison system is stored under the same secure environment. The system is designed so that no one can release this information outside TaxDiversity.com.
Types of Information Collected
When registering as a Member we require First and Last Name, Email Address, Password, Tax Specialty, Current Title and Residence Area Code and Zip Code. If we are given permission, we email members when there are updates and new services. The Area Code and Zip Code are for demographic purposes only.
Since TaxDiversity.com is a career site we give Members the option to input their resumes in our database. There are two ways of doing this:
1. Members can store their resume profile (up to 3 resumes) in our database, but not allow it to be searchable by potential employers by deactivating it. Not allowing your resume to be searchable means that you can use it to apply for a job online, but employers and recruiters will not have access to search it through our Resume Database product.
2. If a Member activates their resume profile to be searchable, then all parties with access to our searchable Resume Database will have access to the Member's resume profile. Members have the option of building either a "Confidential" or "Non-Confidential" resume profile.
With the Confidential resume profile, only the City and State that you select within the Contact Information profile is displayed. Prospective employers can view all information (City, State, Education, Years of Experience, Tax Specialty, Skills) shown on the Mini Profile before selecting a resume. Contact information can only be released and/or submitted by the candidate to the employer (via email, fax, direct mail or verbal submission or communication). TaxDiversity.com will attempt to limit access to the searchable Resume Database only to paying employers, recruiters, hiring managers, headhunters and human resource professionals but cannot guarantee that other parties will not gain access to the database. TaxDiversity.com is not responsible for the use made of resumes by third parties who access such resumes while they are in the searchable database. Members may remove their resume from the database at any time. However, employers, recruiters and others who have paid for access to that database or to obtain a copy of that database, as well as parties who have otherwise gained access to the database, may have retained a copy of a Member's resume in their own files or database. TaxDiversity.com is not responsible for the retention, use or privacy of resumes in those instances.
Forums and Other Public Interaction
This Website has public interactive features, such as forums, in which correspondence by members, non-members, third-party content providers and/or TaxDiversity.com is viewable by anyone visiting the Website.
To the extent that you choose to participate in these features of the Website, you will be permitted to participate without revealing personal information about yourself to us (aside from information that you disclose when becoming a member) or to anyone else interacting with the site.
If you choose to tell people about yourself, however (e.g., by discussing your education and career interests in the Career Forum), you have disclosed that information at your own risk. We cannot be responsible for such disclosures.
Use of Information
Members are provided the opportunity to opt-in to receive email notification of new site services. If they choose to receive these types of communications at the time of registration, but later decide they no longer want to receive them, they can simply access the 'Change Info' page located at the footer of any Member level page.
Members also receive Job Alert emails of job opportunities that match their pre-selected job criteria (job preferences, skills and experiences and education).
If a Visitor or Member chooses to refer a colleague, the name and email address of the person referred is not normally retrievable by TaxDiversity.com, and is never used in any other manner.
Updating Personal Information
Members can always access their personal information.
Members can update/edit their resume information by going to the Post/Edit Resume located on the left navigation bar on any Member page.
Members can update/change any of their Member Sign Up Information (Name, Email Address, Password, Contact Phone Number, Current Title and any other information provided) by using the "Change Info" link located at the footer of any Member page.
Cookies are small files sent by our server that your Web browser places on your computer's hard drive. Cookies allow us to deliver content specific to your interests and save your password so you don't have to re-enter it for each visit to the site.
Cookies do not identify site users, just a user's computer, and are used on many websites. You have the option of setting your browser to reject cookies. However, doing this will hinder performance and negatively impact your experience on our site.
Aggregate Data About TaxDiversity.com Visitors
We gather information about our users collectively, such as what areas users visit and what services users access the most. We only use such data in the aggregate. This information helps us determine what is most beneficial for our users, and how we can continually create a better overall experience for our users. We may share this information with our partners, but only in the aggregate, so that they too may understand how our users, collectively, use career areas and our site, to create a better overall experience for you, as well.
It is, of course, impossible to guarantee that site security will never be compromised.
However, our commitment is to undertake our best efforts in the spheres of electronic and physical technology and managerial procedures to maintain total site security.
When placing a credit card order online at TaxDiversity.com, your credit card information is protected through the use of a Thawte Digital Certificate. This ensures that all information you send to us via the World Wide Web is encrypted. If any other user intercepts the communication he/she will only be able to see it in an encrypted (garbled) form. Certificate technology allows us to decrypt the information, and view it in plain text form. For more information on SSL digital certificates for web servers please see: http://www.thawte.com/html/RETAIL/ssl/how.html.
TaxDiversity.com never knowingly collects information from children 18 years of age and younger.
Privacy Commitment Changes