Privary policy

In Part I of this Privacy Statement we set forth yourrighttocompensation

privacy policy as to data and information which we collect online  through yourrighttocompensation  or other yourrighttocompensation websites which link to this Privacy Statement from their site (collectively, “yourrighttocompensation Websites”).  In Part II of this Privacy Statement we set forth yourrighttocompensation Privacy Policy as to data and information which we collect other than through yourrighttocompensation Websites.  Your use of the yourrighttocompensation Websites and/or provision of your personally identifiable information, sensitive personal information, or demographic information to yourrighttocompensation constitutes your consent to the use, storage, processing and transfer of that information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

yourrighttocompensation is an organization that is based in the United States.  We comply with U.S. laws governing the privacy of personal information, which may not provide the same level of data protection as provided under the laws of other countries.

The yourrighttocompensation Foundation, a subsidiary of  yourrighttocompensation, has also adopted this Privacy Policy as the policy of theyourrighttocompensation Foundation.

PART I – yourrighttocompensation WEBSITES PRIVACY STATEMENT

Throughout yourrighttocompensation Websites, there are forms for visitors to request information, products, and services. These forms may ask for contact information (such as your home and/or work phone number, fax number, street address and/or e-mail address, employer name and job title), unique identifiers (usually your yourrighttocompensation membership number, if one is available, or other log-in credential), financial information (such as your credit card number), or demographic information (for example, your birth year, location, certification designation, etc.). Contact information from these forms is used to provide the products, promotional materials, or memberships that you request. Forms on our site that request financial information do so in order to bill you for products or services ordered. Unique identifiers (specifically, your yourrighttocompensation member number) are collected from website visitors to verify the user’s identity for access to restricted content or features on the site.

This yourrighttocompensation Privacy Policy discloses yourrighttocompensation privacy practices and contains detailed information about the following:

  • What information of yours do yourrighttocompensation Websites collect?
  • What are “cookies” and how does yourrighttocompensation use them?
  • What organization collects the information and who has access to it?
  • How does yourrighttocompensation use the information it collects?
  • How can you modify your personal information?
  • What is the opt-out policy for yourrighttocompensation Websites?
  • What types of security procedures are in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of your information?
  • How do yourrighttocompensation Websites use bulletin boards, discussion lists, and moderated chats?
  • yourrighttocompensation Websites will update this policy from time to time, so please check back periodically. If at any point we decide to use personally identifiable information in a manner that is materially different from that stated at the time it was collected, we will endeavor to notify you of such changes (e.g., we will post a revised privacy policy with a new effective date, display the word “updated” next to the privacy policy link on each page on the yourrighttocompensation Websites, or otherwise), prior to implementing them.

    Frequently-Asked Questions

    1. What information of yours do yourrighttocompensation Websites collect?
    Our goal is to become your destination for HR-related information by providing information, services, and product offerings that are most relevant to you in the most convenient way. To achieve this goal, yourrighttocompensation Websites collect information about site visitors.

    Information collected online is usually defined as being either anonymous or personally identifiable.

    Anonymous information refers to data that cannot be tied back to a specific individual.yourrighttocompensation collects some information each time a visitor comes to a yourrighttocompensation website, so we can improve the overall quality of the visitor’s online experience. For example, yourrighttocompensation collects the visitor’s IP address, browser, and platform type (e.g., Internet Explorer browser on a Windows platform). Gathering this data helps us to learn what browsers we need to support. Other anonymous information helps us determine what sections of yourrighttocompensation Websites are most popular and how many visitors come to our site(s). You do not have to register with yourrighttocompensation Websites before we can collect this anonymous information.

    Personally identifiable information refers to data that tells us specifically who you are (e.g., your name, home and/or work email address, postal address, phone number and/or fax number, and your employer and job title, and if you are making a purchase, your credit card information). You are only required to provide such information if you want to take advantage of optional products and services provided through our website(s). We may also collect demographic information about you (e.g., birth year, certification designation, etc.).

    yourrighttocompensation collects personal information in the following ways from different parts of its website(s):

    • yourrighttocompensation Membership Applications: You are sharing personally identifiable information (e.g., your name, home and/or work email address, postal address, phone number and/or fax number, and your employer and job title, etc., and if you are making a purchase, your credit card information) and demographic information about you (e.g., birth year, certification designation, etc.) with us when you join yourrighttocompensation or renew your yourrighttocompensation membership through our website(s). yourrighttocompensation members will have yourrighttocompensation membership log-in credentials which enable members to take advantage of restricted content and features on yourrighttocompensation Websites.
    • Other Registration: When registering for specific services you may be asked for the same type of personally identifiable information (e.g., your name, home and/or work email address, postal address, phone number and/or fax number, and your employer and job title, etc., and if you are making a purchase, your credit card information) and demographic information about you (e.g., birth year, certification designation, etc., and in the case of certification applications, felony convictions).For example, if you subscribe to an e-mail newsletter, you will be asked to provide your e-mail address.
    • Online Purchases: When you make a purchase using theyourrighttocompensation Store or when you subscribe to a yourrighttocompensation publication through our website we may also ask for the same type of personally identifiable information (e.g., name, home and/or work email address, postal address, phone number and/or fax number, and your employer and job title, etc., and if you are making a purchase, your credit card information) and demographic information about you (e.g., birth year, certification designation, etc.).The number and variety of useful services on yourrighttocompensation Websites that may require collection of personally identifiable information and demographic information about you will continue to grow in the future.

    2. What are “cookies” and how does yourrighttocompensation use them?
    A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that is transferred from a website to the hard drive of your computer. This unique number identifies your web browser-but not you-to yourrighttocompensation computers whenever you visit yourrighttocompensation Websites. A cookie will not provide personally identifiable information about you, such as your name and address. The use of cookies is an industry standard, and cookies are currently used on most major websites. Most web browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can reset your browser to notify you when you have received a cookie. You can also set your browser to refuse to accept cookies altogether. While yourrighttocompensation does not require you to use cookies, keep in mind that certain services will not function properly if you set your browser to refuse all cookies. To help serve you better, yourrighttocompensation  generally uses cookies to:

    • Identify return visitors. Cookies let us remember your web browser so we can provide personalized member services such as My yourrighttocompensation and yourrighttocompensation search agents. Cookies also allow us to identify yourrighttocompensation members who are returning to the site.
    • Display advertisements. yourrighttocompensation uses an outside ad company to display yourrighttocompensation -approved ads on our website and other websites. While we use cookies on other parts of our website(s), the cookies received with banner ads are collected by our ad company. These cookies allow yourrighttocompensation to manage the delivery of ads and do not collect personally identifiable information.