The Execu|Search Group has created this privacy statement to demonstrate our firm commitment to protecting and maintaining your privacy.
Collecting and using information
The Execu|Search Group collects information from our users at several points on this site, including submit resume, signup for My Execu|Search, and request a candidate. The Execu|Search Group is the sole owner of this information; we will not sell, share, or rent this information in ways other than those described in this statement.
To apply for a job on this website, you must complete an application form. We use the information you provide on this application—such as your name, your street and e-mail addresses, and your resume—to contact you about the job opportunities in which you've expressed interest.
If you want to receive new job listings by e-mail, mobile phone, or RSS, you must first sign up for My Execu|Search. When signing up for the account, you must supply your name, e-mail address, and zip code. We then use this information to send you job listings we think may interest you. Your account also lets you manage other opt-in alert emails.
How we use "cookies"
A "cookie" is a piece of data, stored on your computer's hard drive that contains information about you. This information makes it easier and faster for you to use our site. With a cookie, you don't have to keep providing the same contact information again and again—the cookie "remembers" it. The cookie also makes it possible for us to enhance your experience on our site, based on your needs and preferences.
The cookie is active only while you're logged into your My Execu|Search account, and while active, it's never linked to any personally identifiable information about you. Once you log off, the cookie terminates automatically.
We use IP addresses to analyze trends, administer the site, track users' movements, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.
In the future, The Execu|Search Group may share general demographic information with third parties. This information is not linked to the personal information of any individual.We may also partner with another party in the future to provide specific services to the people who use this site. When you sign up for these services, we may share your name and other contact information the third party needs in order to provide these services to you.
Surveys and contests
When you choose to participate in a survey or contest conducted on our site, we may ask you for specific types of information. This information may include routine contact data such as name and shipping address, or demographic data such as zip code or age level.Contact information is used to notify contest winners and award prizes; survey information is used to monitor your use of our site and to enhance your experience in using it. Since your participation in these surveys or contests is completely voluntary, you can choose not to disclose this information.
E-mail a friend
When you use our referral service, e-mail a friend, to inform a friend about job opportunities, we ask you for that friend's e-mail address. Using the e-mail address you've supplied, The Execu|Search Group will automatically send the friend a one-time e-mail about job opportunities. We store this information for the sole purpose of sending that one-time e-mail.To request the removal of this information from our database, your friend may contact The Execu|Search Group at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Execu|Search Group takes every precaution to protect the information you've supplied to us. When you submit sensitive information to our website, that information is protected, both online and offline.We're scrupulous about protecting user information offline. Access to all user information, sensitive or routine, is restricted both in our offices and at our hosting facilities. Only those employees who use the information as part of their jobs—recruiters, for example—are granted access to personally identifiable information.Our employees must log in to a password-protected area to access this information. All employees are updated regularly on our security and privacy practices. The servers on which personally identifiable information is stored are housed inside a locked cage.
Site and service updates
When you sign up, you can expect to receive e-mail announcements regarding this website and the services offered herein. If you no longer wish to receive these announcements, go to the Unsubscribe page, where you can cancel this option.
About choices and opting out
When you sign up at our site, you have the opportunity to opt out of having your contact information used for purposes not directly related to our site. If you no longer wish to receive our promotional or job listing e-mails, you may opt out of receiving these communications by logging into your Job Alerts account and editing your account preferences.
Notification of changes in our policies
Protect your personal information
What is "spam"?
Spam e-mail is defined as unsolicited electronic mail messages addressed to a recipient with whom the sender does not have an existing business or personal relationship and who is not given the option to cancel receipt of such messages.
What is our anti-spam policy?
Execu|Search does not engage in spam. Any e-mail communications sent by us will always provide information on how to unsubscribe from our e-mail distribution lists. If you no longer wish to receive our promotional or job listing e-mails, such as Job Alerts, you may opt out of receiving these communications by visiting the account preferences area of your my Execu|Search account
Is a referral considered spamming?
When you use our referral service, e-mail a friend, to inform a friend about job opportunities, we ask you for that friend's e-mail address. Using the e-mail address you've supplied, Execu|Search will automatically send the friend a one-time e-mail about job opportunities. We store this information for the sole purpose of sending that one-time e-mail.
How can I reduce spam?
If you receive spam e-mail, you should report the spam with full headers to the offender's service provider. For e-mails and newsgroups, the SpamCop reporting service makes it easy to track and report offenders. You can also use filters in your e-mail program to separate anything that looks like spam into a separate folder, providing easier access to your legitimate e-mail.
Contacting this website
If you have questions about these policy statements, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this site, please contact:
The Execu|Search Group
675 Third Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10017-5704