Last updated September 17, 2020
This summary details our collection, use and disclosure of the Personal and Non-Personal Data you give to us when you access or use our sites’ online and/or mobile services, mobile applications and websites, and software provided by us while using these services or websites.
Virtus’ core mission is to help people with corporate tax accounting.
2. Who is responsible for your information?
The Virtus Consulting entity responsible for your information will be the Winnipeg Office.
3. What information do we collect about you?
Across the Sites we collect information:
- you choose to provide to us through our Sites e.g. contact details, resume details, location data;
- through your activity on our Sites e.g. information from your device and actions taken on the Sites, searches you run or jobs you click on;
- when you apply to jobs, use screener or assessment questions or automated phone screening, or log in from third party sites; and
4. Why do we collect this information?
We collect and use your information in order to help Job Seekers find jobs, to help business hire us, and to provide and improve our services to you.
5. Who is this information shared with?
Your information is shared with:
- Employers and Job Seekers (e.g., if a Job Seeker decide to apply for a job);
- third-party service providers who help us with our operations, e.g. for data storage or fraud detection.
6. How long do we store your information?
We store your Personal Data until it is no longer necessary to provide our services, or until you ask us to delete your Personal Data. We may also be required to retain certain information in order to comply with local laws. If you wish to delete your Personal Data, you should submit a delete request.
7. What are your rights with respect to your Personal Data?
We take your privacy very seriously. We provide GDPR-type rights to all our users globally. This includes the rights to access your Personal Data; delete your Personal Data; get your Personal Data in a portable format; and the rights to restrict or object to certain processing of your Personal Data. Where our use of your Personal Data is based on your consent, you also have the right to withdraw that consent.
Some Important Definitions
We will not discriminate against you for exercising any of your rights under the CCPA.
1. Introduction: What is a cookie?
Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the Site. Persistent Cookies remain in the cookie file of your browser for much longer (though how long will depend on the lifetime of the specific cookie). We use session cookies to track the total number of visitors to our Sites. We may also employ cookies so that we remember your computer when it is used to return to the Sites to help customize your experience. We may associate Personal Data with a cookie file in those instances.
We also use these cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies to facilitate the Targeted Ads Program and other advertisements to help us to determine which advertisements users have seen, how many times users have seen a particular advertisement, and on which sites a particular advertisement appeared.
We may also use these cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies on the Sites to understand and inform our service providers.
Our third-party advertising partners may also use these technologies to identify your browsing interests over time and across different websites to deliver targeted advertisements and other content that has been customized for you.
3. What Cookies Do We Use
We use first-party and third-party cookies differently on each of our Sites to provide our many products and services to you. If you use any of the sites listed in the table below, please follow the brand-specific links below for a complete list of our cookies used on our Sites. All other visitors can view a list of our third-party cookie partners in the second table below.
|Third-Party Cookie Provider||Third-Party Website|
The Conversion Tracker is simply a counter that notifies Virtus that a form has been submitted.
The tables above may provide “Cookie Settings” options to our users in some markets. Other controls available to our users include:
– Browser and Device Specific Controls
Your browser may provide you the option of blocking cookies, such as third-party cookies. Some browsers also give you the ability to review and manage cookies individually. We encourage you to review your browser’s settings and documentation for additional information on any controls your browser may offer and how they work. Please note, if you delete from your device or browser any cookie used on our Sites, but do not set your browser or device to block third-party cookies, we may install the same cookie during a later visit. Some third-party cookies are also integral to the services we provide on our Sites. By blocking third-party cookies, you may not be able to take advantage of all of the features available on our Sites.
– Targeted Advertising Opt-outs
You can also opt out of targeted advertising that we do through our third-party advertising partners, such as Google, by visiting resources they provide (such as Google’s How Google Uses Information from Sites or Apps that Use Our Services), or by interacting with them through digital advertising self-regulatory initiatives available in the European Union (Your Online Choices) and Canada (Your Ad Choices). We may update this list from time to time as similar initiatives become available in other markets. We encourage you to visit all of these sites for additional information about each organization’s approach to targeted advertising, lists of participating companies, and the options available to web users. Please note, any third-party opt-outs may require use of a third-party cookie to reflect your choice and clearing third-party cookies from your browser or device may affect or remove your choice.