Cypress Human Capital Management (hereinafter referred to as the “Publisher”) is the publisher of CypressHCM.com (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”) and is committed to maintaining the privacy of information that you provide the Company when using the Site.

1. Web Site Use

The Publisher collects IP addresses and Web site usage information from you when you visit the Site. This information helps us evaluate how our visitors use and navigation of our Web site on an aggregate basis, including the number and frequency of visitors to each Web page, and the length of their visits.

2. Links

The Site may contain hyperlinks to web sites operated by persons or entities other than Publisher (hereinafter referred to as “linked web sites”). A hyperlink from the Site to a linked web site does not imply or mean that the Publisher’s Privacy Policy is endorsed by, adhered to, abided by or is the same as the linked web site. The publishers of linked web sites are not subject to the Publisher’s privacy policy and we therefore encourage you to review the privacy policy of each linked web site you may visit to determine how that linked web site protects your privacy.

3. Candidates and Clients

The Publisher and the Site offers people looking for positions to work (hereinafter referred to as “Candidates”) and people and/or entities looking for people with certain knowledge, skills, experience, expertise, and/or credentials to work in positions within their entities (hereinafter referred to as “Clients”) the opportunity to enter, retrieve, modify, review, search, select, upload, and download certain information relative each other and/or to the above activities. With respect to these activities, SHOULD YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO, the Publisher and the Site will collect, and store any and all information that you believe is important and relevant for Candidates (those people looking for a position to work) and Clients (those people and/or entities looking for people with certain knowledge, skills, experience, expertise, and/or credentials to work in positions within their entities) including but not limited to biographical information, demographic information, location, phone numbers, email addresses, titles, compensation data, work history, position requirements, documents containing personal/professional information, resumes, references, educational information, and other information (hereinafter referred to as “Candidate/Client Information”) as either Candidates and/or Clients may deem to be important in the pursuit of their respective activities and which can be entered, retrieved, modified, reviewed, searched, selected, uploaded, and downloaded.

IF YOU ARE A CANDIDATE, AND YOU CHOOSE TO ENTER AND STORE YOUR CANDIDATE INFORMATION WITH THE PUBLISHER AND THE SITE THEN ALL INFORMATION (INCLUDING PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION) THAT YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR CANDIDATE INFORMATION MAY BE VIEWED BY CLIENTS. IF YOU DO NOT WISH CERTAIN PIECES OF PERSONAL INFORMATION TO BE ACCESSIBLE TO CLIENTS, THEN YOU SHOULD REMOVE ANY AND ALL PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM THE SITE, INCLUDING ANY DOCUMENTS THAT MAY CONTAIN SUCH INFORMATION (e.g. RESUME).

IF YOU ARE A CLIENT, AND YOU CHOOSE TO ENTER AND STORE YOUR CANDIDATE/CLIENT INFORMATION AND INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR ENTITY WITH THE PUBLISHER AND THE SITE, THEN ALL OF THE INFORMATION (INCLUDING PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION) THAT YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR CANDIDATE/CLIENT INFORMATION MAY BE VIEWED BY CANDIDATES. IF YOU DO NOT WISH CERTAIN PIECES OF PERSONAL OR COMPANY INFORMATION TO BE ACCESSIBLE TO CANDIDATES, THEN YOU SHOULD REMOVE ANY AND ALL PERSONAL OR COMPANY INFORMATION FROM THE SITE, INCLUDING ANY DOCUMENTS THAT MAY CONTAIN SUCH INFORMATION (e.g. COMPANY BROCHURE).

4. The Publisher’s Use of Information

The Publisher may use Candidate/Client Information to provide its services to Candidates and Clients including but not limited to services that the Publisher deems in its sole discretion will be beneficial to Candidate and/or Clients. These services may include contact with Candidates and Clients to offer participation in surveys, opinion polls, introduce new services, and update existing information. The Publisher reserves the right to aggregate Candidate/Client Information (hereinafter referred to as the “Publisher’s Aggregate Use Information”) into meaningful statistical data that the Publisher believes will be useful and important information for itself, Candidates, and Clients alike. The Publisher’s Aggregate Use Information will not contain personally identifiable information of any one Candidate and/or Client that is not considered information generally available to the public.

5. Third Parties

The Publisher may engage with companies who are network advertisers to deliver ads to you on our behalf. The Publisher may also use third-party service providers to contact you on our behalf, or facilitate some aspects of our Web site services, our business services, or to provide services to you. These network advertisers and service providers may be supplied with or have access to your personally identifiable information solely for the purpose of providing these services to us or to you on our behalf.

6. The Publisher’s Right To Disclose Information

Except as specifically set forth in this Privacy Policy, the Publisher will not share your personally identifiable information with any person or entity unless you elect to allow the Publisher to share any Candidate/Client Information with a person or entity that is not affiliated with us. The Publisher may disclose and use personally identifiable information in special circumstances such as the enforcement of our Intellectual Property rights, in connection with the sale or transfer of some or all of the Publisher’s assets including but not limited to the Site, and when the Publisher believes in good faith that the law or regulatory agency requires it to do so.

7. Cookies

When you utilize the Site, the Publisher and/or third parties may pass cookies to your computer to enable Candidates, Clients, and others to move more rapidly through the Site, linked web sites, and to recognize repeat users. Cookies will remain on your computer for a period of time and may have different and varying expiration dates. You can choose not to receive the Publisher’s and the Site’s cookies by setting your computer’s Internet Browser not to receive them.

8. Security

The Publisher will take reasonable care to secure and safeguard Candidate/Client Information. The Publisher is not responsible for the invasion or hacking of its servers, hosting service, Site, and Candidate/Client Information by outsiders, and their use of that information. By using the Site, you thereby agree to waive any and all damages that may result and hold the Publisher harmless there from.

9. Policy Updates

The Publisher will notify all users of the Site of any change to this Privacy Policy by posting a notice on the Home Page of the Site.