All of the personal information that is collected by TIS is collected only for the following purposes:
- To establish and maintain your applicant file
- To establish and maintain our employment relationship
- To assist you with your job search
- To assist TIS’s clients with finding skilled workers
- To ensure that TIS complies with legal and contractual obligations owed to TIS clients
Your personal information will not be used for any other purpose, not listed above without proper consent. TIS may collect, use or disclose personal information without your consent in exceptional circumstances where such collection, use or disclosure is permitted or required by law.
Third Party Service Providers & Other Third Parties
TIS’s policy is not to provide personal information to any third party except in the limited circumstances outlined below.
- Third party Criminal/ Credit Check service provider: TIS utilizes the services of Third party services to process criminal reference checks.
- Client Companies: In order to provide client organizations with a superior staffing service and to assist applicants with their job search, TIS must disclose certain applicant/employee information to our Clients.
- Provincial Workplace insurance body: In order to legally comply with WSIB accident reporting procedures, TIS must supply WSIB or similar with information specific to an individual involved in an accident.
- Emergency Services: In case of an emergency, TIS would disclose the necessary personal information to emergency personnel.
- Law enforcement agencies: TIS would disclose Personal information in case of emergencies, for internal security matters or where required by court order or search warrant.
TIS takes all of the necessary precautions to ensure the safeguarding of your information, whether it is stored electronically or in paper format. Information is stored in secure facilities, protected from unauthorized access and kept only for the time period it is reasonably required.
An employee may withdraw consent at any time, subject to legal or contractual restrictions and reasonable written notice. Employees may contact TIS’s Privacy Officer for more information regarding the implications of withdrawing consent.