This Privacy Statement will inform you on:
- Collection of your Personal Information
- Collection of Information through Username/Password System
- Use of your Personal Information by Bar One
- Update, Access or Delete Your Information
- Send to a Friend Function
- What “Cookies” are and How Bar One Uses Them
- Additional Information on Privacy at Bar One
1. Collection of your Personal Information
We do not collect personal information about you unless you specifically and knowingly provide such information to us. Instances where we may collect such information include:
- When you have entered in your email address for creating your account
- When you have entered your personal information when creating your profile.
We endeavor only to collect personal information necessary in these circumstances. In the above-mentioned instances, personal information collected may include your contact information, previous work experience, education and the general questions that you will need to answer when applying.
2. Collection of Information through Username/Password System
The Bar One HR Portal website will ask you to provide us with the above-mentioned personal information along with a username and password. This username and password allows you to create a profile of information about yourself that you are consenting to Bar One to keep in our database. Your password that you create will be stored in a hashed format so that there is no way for anyone to access your password. This includes any administrative representatives at Bar One. Your password is strictly confidential.
If you do not use your username and password for a period of six (6) months, your account will then be archived. Anytime after your account has been archived you can log on to your account and our system will automatically re-activate your account.
3. Use of your Personal Information by Bar One
Personal Information is only used by Bar One for the purpose of contacting you if you qualify for an open position. If you have created an account to apply for a job posting, your personal information will only be used for the purposes of that online activity, unless you otherwise provide us with your consent. You have opted-in to receive emails regarding your profile information by creating your account. We will only use this information for the purpose of your job status, application and updates.
4. Update, Access or Delete Your Personal Information
At any time, you may be able to update your personal information by logging into your account. From here you can update your profile and change your personal information as many times as you like. You also may remove your personal information from our database by clicking on “delete profile”. All of your personal information will be removed from our database.
5. Send to Friend Privacy
You can choose to use our “Send to a Friend” function for informing a friend about our site or a job posting. We will ask you only for the friend's email address. Bar One will automatically send the friend a one-time email inviting them to visit the site. Bar One uses this data for the sole purpose of sending this one-time email and will not be saved in our database.
6. What "Cookies" Are and How Bar One Uses Them
Please note certain features on our sites may not function if you do not accept cookies.
Log data collected on web servers supplies Bar One with accumulate information about the number of visits to different pages on our site. Bar One uses this information to improve access to content based on visitors' browsers and operating system types to make our content available to as many visitors as possible. We do not link the log data collected to any personal information submitted online.
7. Additional Information on Privacy at Bar One
Bar One websites are committed to maintaining and protecting your privacy as a visitor to this website. However, we remind you that the internet is not a secure medium. As such, your privacy cannot be guaranteed when you communicate online or otherwise visit any website. The nature of internet communications means that your communications may be susceptible to data corruption, interception and delays.