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Who Has Access to Your Data?
Many employees assume that their data is safe within the confines of the company, but the reality is that personal information is often shared with third parties.
B. How Much Information is Shared with Each Party?
Companies may share your data with third parties for legitimate business purposes, such as payroll processing or providing employee benefits. However, it is crucial to understand the scope of information being shared and ensure that third-party sharing aligns with your expectations.
What Data is Collected and Stored?
A. Types of Personal Information Collected
It may also list additional information that is indirectly collected, such as browsing habits and other online activity when using company devices.
B. Length of Time Data Is Stored
Your policy should discuss how the company informs employees about changes and updates.
This might include notifications via email or the company intranet, staff meetings, or simply posting an updated policy on the company website.
Being aware of these policies and keeping abreast of updates can help you make better decisions about protecting your privacy both while employed and after termination.