How Tibra collects personal data:
Tibra may collect personal data:
- Through electronic forms or messages you submit to us via this website, other contact details displayed on our website or linked websites
- Through employment applications you submit through our website or linked websites such as LinkedIn, Stack Overflow
- Through cookies or similar technologies that collect information on your devices (including mobile device) used to access our website
- Directly from you, for example where you apply for a role in Tibra or one of its related companies; and/or
- From others, with your consent, such as:
- where you apply for a position with Tibra through a third party recruitment agent, and the recruitment agent provides your details (including your employment application and/or resume) to Tibra.
Why and how Tibra uses personal data:
Tibra may collect, process and retain personal data to:
- Verify your identity and assess your suitability for employment opportunities with Tibra and its related companies
- Contacting you regarding Tibra employment opportunities, news, updates and promotions
- Collecting and reviewing website traffic information and to improve our website
- Fulfil our legal obligations
Unless authorised by relevant laws, your personal data will not be used for any other purpose without your consent.
What personal data Tibra may collect:
Data may include (but is not limited to) employment application information, identification and contact details, employment and education history, qualifications and skills, results from reference checks, evidence of eligibility to work in the relevant jurisdiction, results of any tests and sensitive data such as your criminal history.
Tibra may also collect technical information about your visit to this website e.g. your IP address. You may wish to disable cookies which can be done by changing your browser settings. This may impact the functionality and your experience of the website.
The collection of personal data is not required by law. You may choose not to provide some or all personal data to Tibra. However, Tibra may be unable to consider your application for employment or provide you with the requested information.
How does Tibra store and secure personal data:
Personal data collected through our website may be stored in electronically or in hard copy. Once personal data comes into our possession, Tibra takes all reasonable steps to ensure the security and confidentiality of personal data. This includes protecting it from misuse, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. However, you should be aware there are risks in transmitting information across the internet. Whilst we take reasonable steps to protection personal data, Tibra cannot guarantee or warrant the security of any personal data transmitted to us online and you do so at your own risk.
Tibra has a secure electronic environment and policies and procedures that govern the protection of data and confidentiality. Personal data will be retained in line with Tibra’s internal document retention policies that meet relevant laws. Documents containing personal data will be disposed of securely.
Who Tibra may disclose personal data to (including across borders):
Unless compelled by a regulatory body, in accordance with a compulsory legal notice or as authorised by law, Tibra will not disclose your personal data without your consent.
As part of its business activities, Tibra may wish to disclose your personal data to related companies, or to service providers who may be located outside your home jurisdiction or hold data in the cloud. Tibra takes reasonable steps to ensure these organisations are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations in relation to the protection of your personal data.
You consent to Tibra disclosing your personal data to its related companies and service providers across borders for the uses outlined in this Policy.
Accessing your personal data:
You may request a copy of the personal data that Tibra holds about you by contacting Tibra’s Talent team at email@example.com. You may be asked to verify your identity before a copy can be issued.
If the personal data is incorrect, you may request that Tibra amends its records and Tibra will take reasonable steps to do so.
Tibra may make reasonable charges to produce a copy of your data and may refuse to provide a copy, or delete, data where this is required or authorised by law.
Tibra reserves the right to redact other information or to provide an extract or summary, where permitted by law.
Complaints about personal data:
If you are concerned about a potential or perceived breach of your privacy, please contact Tibra’s Legal & Compliance team at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will undertake to resolve your complaint as soon as reasonably practicable, and no later than 30 days of receipt of your complaint.
If you are not satisfied with the above, you may take your complaint:
- In Australia: to the Office of the Australian Information Commission at https://www.oaic.gov.au/individuals/how-do-i-make-a-privacy-complaint
- In the United Kingdom: to the Information Commissioner’s Office at https://ico.org.uk/concerns/
- In Hong Kong: to the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong at https://www.pcpd.org.hk/english/complaints/how_complaint/complaint/complaint.html
- For all other jurisdictions, contact the relevant authority responsible for privacy and data protection.