Skuid, Inc. (doing business as Skuid) its subsidiaries, affiliates, successors or assigns (together “the Company”) is fully committed to continually and fully complying with all applicable laws and regulations regarding its obligations to all California residents. This policy is intended to ensure that the Company provides all residents of California with the protections and rights required under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), as amended and superseded by the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”).
What Personal Information May Be Collected. The Personal Information that may be collected from or about individuals includes:
- E-mail address.
- Mailing address.
- Telephone number.
- Emergency contacts.
- IP address.
- Audio, electronic, visual, and similar information.
What Sensitive Personal Information May Be Collected - Sensitive Personal Information, which is included within Personal Information, may also be collected to the extent permitted by applicable law and includes:
- Social Security, driver license, state identification card or passport number(s).
- Account login, financial account(s), debit card or credit card number(s) in combination with any required security or access code(s), password(s), or credentials allowing access to account(s).
- Mail, e-mail and text messages, unless the Company is the intended recipient of the communication.
- Precise geolocation data, such as device location from usage of the Company’s devices.
- Characteristics of protected classifications under California or federal law, such as age, marital status, gender, sex, race, ethnic origin, color, religious beliefs, disability, genetic data, citizenship, primary language, immigration status, military/veteran status, disability, requests for leave, and medical conditions.
- Union membership.
- Commercial information, such as transaction information and purchase history (e.g., in connection with travel or other reimbursements [or purchases from the Company]).
- Internet or network activity information, such as browsing history and interactions with the Company’s online systems and websites and any personal information the individual provides while accessing the Company’s computer systems, such as personal credit card information and passwords;
- Biometric information that uniquely identifies an individual for purposes of access to the Company’s secured access points;
- Professional or employment-related information, such as work history and prior employer(s).
- Non-public education information.
- Inferences drawn from any of the collected Personal and Sensitive Personal Information listed above to create a profile or summary about, for example, an individual’s preferences and characteristics.
Where Personal Information is Collected From - The Company collects Personal Information about individuals from the following sources: 1) the individual; 2) prior employers, references, recruiters, job-related social media platforms; 3) third-party sources of demographic information; 4) third-party companies, such as background check companies and drug testing facilities; and 5) claim administrators and investigators. Depending on the Company’s interactions with the individual, the Company may or may not collect all of the information identified about the individual.
How Personal Information is Used - The Company may use Personal Information:
- To operate, manage, and maintain its business;
- For hiring, retention, and employment purposes;
- To otherwise accomplish its business purposes and objectives, including, for example:
- Emergency services;
- Conducting research, analytics, and data analysis;
- Maintaining its facilities and infrastructure;
- Quality and safety assurance measures;
- Conducting risk and security controls and monitoring;
- Protecting confidential and trade secret information;
- Detecting and preventing fraud;
- Performing identity verification;
- Performing accounting, audit, and other internal functions, such as internal investigations;
- Ensuring compliance with applicable law, legal process, and internal policies, including:
- Monitoring satisfaction of legal obligations;
- Maintaining records;
- Claims processing;
- Responding to legal requests for information and subpoenas; and
- Pursuing and defending legal claims.
- Any other purposes authorized by applicable California or federal law.
The Company may or may not use Personal Information about individuals for each of the above purposes.
Selling or Sharing of Personal Information – The Company has no actual knowledge that it sells or shares the Personal Information of any individuals, including those under 16 years of age.
Individual Rights Under the CPRA - The CPRA provides California residents with the following rights:
- The right to delete Personal Information collected.
- The right to correct inaccurate Personal Information that is collected.
- The right to know, which encompasses (a) the right to a disclosure about how the Company collects, uses and shares an individual’s Personal Information and (b) the right to access the specific pieces of Personal Information collected by the Company;
- The right to limit the use and disclosure of Sensitive Personal Information that is collected.
- The right to seek damages for breach of certain sensitive information.
- The right to not be retaliated against for exercising rights under the CPRA.
Requests, Questions or Concerns by an Individual or Authorized Agent – Any request for information, deletion or correction under the CPRA, or questions or concerns about the Company’s privacy practices, by an individual or his/her authorized agent on his/her behalf should be submitted to either: (1) Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or 110 Somerville Avenue, Suite 266 Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405, or by contacting (2) 800-515-2535. The Company will verify an individual’s or authorized agent’s request, question or concern by matching the identifying information provided by the individual or authorized agent to the Personal Information already maintained by the Company.
Last Updated Effective August 14, 2023