1. We respect the privacy of our website visitors
Employeeburnout.com and its affiliates and partners respect the privacy of its visitors. Please read the following information that explains how information is gathered and disseminated.
2. What types of information do we collect?
Personal Information: to sign up for the employeeburnout.com newsletter you may be required to provide certain information about yourself such as your name, company, and email address. Upon further visits to employeeburnout.com, we may ask you to further complete your profile with the following information: business address, areas and topics of interest, company name, job title, size of the company and your function in the human resources field (ie. HR professional vs. HR solution provider). By providing any personal information to this website, you fully understand and unambiguously consent to the collection and processing of such information in any country.
In some cases, employeeburnout.com may also leverage third party tools to collect additional (publicly available) information for your profile, or to update existing data and information which you have provided employeeburnout.com. The type(s) of data that we could collect using these tools are only those that employeeburnout.com asks for during website registration. Employeeburnout.com does not aim to collect additional person information on users which we don’t ask for upfront, upon registration to our website.
Some personal information may be collected about you if you choose to participate in our industry research surveys. In particular, your responses to survey questions, as well as details about how you connected to this survey website, including your IP address, and the date and time when you connected may be collected.
Our Web server collects the IP address, operating system and browser software used by our visitors. An IP address (which is different than an email address) can tell us the user's Internet service provider and based on that, can suggest the geographic location of the connection. We also collect information about which pages they visit, the order in which they were visited, and which hyperlinks they click. This information helps us evaluate the effectiveness of various parts of the site.
3. What are cookies and how does employeeburnout.com use them?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer's hard drive - to help track your usage of our site. Cookies don't include personal information about you, but they are unique to each user, which allows employeeburnout.com computers to distinguish between users and can save you time when you return to a part of the site and repeat an activity. Cookies placed on your computer by third parties by or through the Site, if any, are not the responsibility of employeeburnout.com and are not subject to the Terms and Conditions (to view our Terms and Conditions, click here).
- Identify return visitors. Cookies let us remember your web browser so we can provide personalized member services. Cookies also allow us to identify employeeburnout.com members who are returning to the site.
4. How employeeburnout.com uses your information
We collect this information in order to provide you with our services more easily, and in a more personalized manner. We may share personal information in the following ways:
- We may make blogs, articles and partner materials available to you
- Your registration information is captured in our database when you become an employeeburnout.com subscriber. This personal information will be used to deliver newsletter and special promotional emails and to contact you regarding technical updates, special offers and upcoming events.
- When members register to participate in our live or archived sponsor webcasts, download white papers from the website, or respond to our vendor email marketing campaigns, full contact information of the user may be provided to the vendor according to any contract agreement with that particular vendor/sponsor. Members can opt-out of email campaigns at any time through a one-click unsubscribe link in the email or through their Manage Subscriptions preferences on their employeeburnout.com profile. The revenue derived from these promotions sponsored by vendors enables us to supply leading-edge content, subsidize the production of our Web site and support research and development efforts.
- When members participate in our industry research surveys, full contact information and survey answers may be provided to the vendor according to any contract agreement with that particular vendor/sponsor. All promotions are sent out through www.employeeburnout.com. Members can opt-out of research survey promotions at any time through a one-click unsubscribe link in the email.
- We disclose site use information (i.e., impressions and click-throughs on a company's advertisement) to third-party sponsors/advertisers aggregate statistics. In addition, we may share aggregate website statistics with the media or other third parties. We do not disclose personal information to these sponsors/advertisers or other third parties as part of this process, only information in an aggregate form.
- Employeeburnout.com may place "cookies" in visitor's web browser. The allows employeeburnout.com (via AdRoll) to display relevant display ads to our potential customers as they visit our websites.
- Employeeburnout.com is produced in association with Yva.ai and by the team members of Yva.ai. We disclose site use information to Yva.ai on condition you have interacted with some content about Yva.ai
5. How to opt-out from your subscriptions and communications
As a part of the employeeburnout.com network, you will receive a minimum of one email per week. This email is our weekly digest and it may contain news and interviews related to the industry from a vendor. If you no longer wish to receive specific communications or subscriptions, you have the following opt-out options:
- By unsubscribing through the one-click unsubscribe link or Manage Subscriptions link in an email
- By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
6. How employeeburnout.com protects your personal information
For all our transactions, we employ reasonable and current Internet security methods and technologies, use SSL encryption techniques. For all our efforts to safeguard your privacy, no system can be guaranteed. We cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information that you transmit to us, or that we transmit to you, or guarantee that it will be free from unauthorized access by third parties. Once we receive your information, we use reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our systems.
7. Who employeeburnout.com shares your information with
In order to provide you with co-branded services, and to improve our features, we will sometimes share your information with our partners.
We reserve the right to disclose any information if such action is necessary (a) to conform to the requirements of the law or to comply with legal process or subpoena served on employeeburnout.com, (b) to protect and defend the legal rights or property of employeeburnout.com, the Site, or its users, or (c) in an emergency, to protect the health and safety of its users or the general public. We further reserve the right to release any information concerning any user if that user participates (or is reasonably suspected of participating) in any illegal activity, even without a subpoena, warrant, or other court order. We cooperate with law enforcement agencies in identifying those who may be using our servers or services for illegal activities. We also reserve the right to report any suspected illegal activity to law enforcement for investigation or prosecution.
8. Access to Your Information /Your Data Subject Rights
to amend, update, add, or delete information themselves by logging in to their account at www.employee burnout.com and selecting "Update My Profile" or "Manage Subscriptions" under your profile picture in the upper right hand corner of the header.
As per the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the rights to amend, update, add, or delete your personal data. You can also request access to information we hold about you, ask us to correct any information that may be inaccurate and/or ask us to block or delete such information, and object to the processing of information (within the limits of applicable law).
To raise inquiries about your information in our possession or to perform any other action concerning your personal data, please email us at email@example.com. We may require you to prove your identity with approved identification before fulfilling your request. We will respond to your request within 30 days.
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