Personal information about visitors to this website is primarily collected when knowingly and voluntarily submitted. Personal information can include your name, address, e-mail address and phone number.
This data is collected for the primary purpose of providing our products and services, or information relating to those products and services to you, the customer.
In rare circumstances, we may seek to collect information from third parties but in this event, all reasonable steps will be taken to make you aware of information sought and obtained.
Sensitive information can include such things as ethnicity, race, political affiliations, membership of professional bodies, criminal records and health information.
Financial details most commonly include credit card, debit card details or other means of electronic funds transfer. All financial data is collected and stored on a secure processing server.
Sensitive and financial data is collected for the primary purpose of providing our products and services, or information relating to those products and services to you, the customer.
Information submitted by visitors to this site may also be used for secondary purposes closely related to the primary purpose. Personal and/or sensitive information will not be shared with any third parties except for the following circumstances:
You have consented to do so or where disclosure to third parties is a necessary in achieving the primary purpose such as third parties engaged to deliver To bring legal action against anyone interfering or compromising our rights or property or in instances where the law requires disclosure of information.
Information stored by us is protected from misuse, loss and unauthorised access or disclosure in line with internal company policy and procedure. Information that is no longer required for the intended purpose will be routinely destroyed on a periodic basis as determined by company management.
You have the right to access or update personal information from our database. If you wish to access information, opt-out of further communication or lodge a complaint please do so in writing or e-mail (details below).
Inject Pty Ltd (ACN 624 653 998) (Inject, we, us or our) is committed to protecting the private and confidential information of its employees, clients and any others with whom we engage with including candidates and suppliers (you or your). Inject will respect and uphold privacy rights under the Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). We will not disclose any personal or confidential information except in accordance with the law and this policy.
Personal information is information about an individual whose identity is apparent, or can be reasonably ascertained, from that information.
Personal information may be collected during the recruitment process and throughout your employment with Inject.
All confidential information will be used for legitimate purposes in accordance with the Australian Privacy Act (1988) and the Australian Privacy Principles. The Privacy Act 1988 regulates the handling, holding, use, access and collection of personal information including sensitive information about individuals. Personal information is information or an opinion about an identified or reasonably identifiable individual.
Inject takes its obligations under the Privacy Act seriously when handling all personal information including information about candidates for the purpose of securing employment for them.
Examples of personal information that we may collect include but is not limited to:
If you use a pseudonym when dealing with us or you do not provide identifiable information to us, we may not be able to provide you with any or all of our services as requested. If you wish to remain anonymous when you use our website, do not provide any information that might identify you .
We will collect personal information only by lawful and fair means and not in an unreasonably intrusive way. Generally, we will collect personal information directly from you, and only to the extent necessary to provide our products and services requested or ordered by you and to carry out our administrative functions or as required by law. Personal information may be collected during the recruitment process including when:
Your personal information may be used in connection with:
We may access or collect any computer, internet, phone or other records or information that is being created or accessed through the course of the recruitment process using company equipment and/or resources.
We may also collect information related to your health or personal circumstances where this is disclosed and relevant to your role such as where a nominated treating doctor has disclosed restrictions on an employee’s ability to perform certain tasks for their safety.
Personal information may be shared with:
If you do not provide us the requested information, we may be limited in our ability to assess your suitability for a role with our client, locate suitable work for you and we may be limited in our ability to secure you in a position.
Where you provide us with a document, image, video or other content in the process of recruitment, or participate in the creation of such for the purposes of assessing your suitability for a role, you grant us a nonexclusive, transferable, perpetual, royalty free, irrevocable, worldwide licence to use this in fulfilment of our services.
The purpose of collecting this information is to maintain accurate records through the process of potentially securing employment for you. We will only retain your personal information for as long as it is required for this reason or where we are otherwise required to retain this information by law.
Inject will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any personal information collected is stored in a secure manner regardless of whether it is collected or stored in electronic or paper format. We will ensure that such information is protected from unauthorised disclosure and will only share such information for purposes related to the management of your recruitment circumstances or where legally required to do so.
We cannot be held liable for the action or inaction of our clients in relation to the protection of your information.
We are not liable for any decision you make about your employment, including if you resign from your current role or from the role that we helped secure for you.
When you are applying for a job, you are consenting to us providing that information to our client. You agree that, by consenting to participate in the recruitment process, you are consenting to us providing your confidential information to our client, but you do not hold us responsible for what they do with it.
You may request access to, including correction where applicable, any records required in your employment unless this would unreasonably impact on the privacy of others or breach Inject’s legislative obligations.
Where we have your express or implied consent, or where we are otherwise permitted by law, we may use your personal information to send you information about products and services we believe are suited to you and your interests.
We may use your personal details to invite you to participate in marketing content from Inject. This will be an opt in service and will not have an impact on your suitability for the vacant position for which we have assessed you for. At any time you may opt out of receiving direct marketing communications from us. Unless you opt out, your consent to receive direct marketing communications from us and to the handling of your personal information as detailed above, will continue. You can opt out by following the unsubscribe instructions included in the relevant marketing communication.
If you have been presented to one of Inject’s clients through a third party such as a recruitment agency or labour hire company and asked to complete assessments such as behavioural interview or psychometric testing through Inject, that information is held by us as described in the management of records above.
We will provide our assessment of the information you provide to us to our client for the purposes of assessing your suitability for the client’s vacant role.
At times, there may be a need for us to share your assessment information with the agency representing you. This is for the purpose of assessing and securing your suitability for Inject’s client’s role.
We will endeavour to provide only the minimum information to the agency who is representing you to protect your privacy. We may request your permission to share your personal information with the agency or third party if necessary.
We do not allow deletion of records for legal reasons however you may request access to the information that has been collected about you in this recruitment and assessment process. The ownership of your assessment results is held by Inject. We may or may not share this with you as we deem appropriate. This may include providing you limited access or summarised information. It may not be possible to provide you full access, as it can contain confidential information not authorised to be shared outside of Inject. This is unless we are required to provide this information through a court order.
Candidates must also take their obligations under the Privacy Act seriously.
You must ensure that you handle any potential employer or personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act and do not disclose it unlawfully. This includes ensuring that any personal information you encounter during your candidacy is kept private and used only for proper purpose.
Breaches of this policy are taken seriously, and legal action may be taken for such breaches.
If you have any questions about this policy or would like further information, please contact [email protected].