At Taylor Coulter we recognise the critical importance of
protecting confidential and sensitive information and have stringent
measures in place to enforce data security. We operate under a strict
of personal information in the practice of recruitment. This policy is
fully compliant with the National Privacy Principles (Schedule 3 of the
Privacy Amendment [Private Sector] Act 2000).
All members of our recruitment team undergo training and
examination on all legal issues relating to the recruitment process,
including the National Privacy Principles as applied to the recruitment
process. Additionally our personnel sign a personal commitment to abide by
our industry association code of conduct, which covers ethical practice in
the use, storage and disclosure of personal information.
As a company, we take seriously our obligations to comply with
all federal, state and local government laws and regulations, as well as
common-law obligations, and we require all employees to do the same.
All client and candidate data is stored securely and access is
restricted. Personnel with access to confidential information operate within
strict guidelines regarding use and disclosure of personal data.
All our information systems are password protected, and our
network has a monitored firewall to prevent any potential hackers accessing
our systems; this measure is supported by effective physical security
systems, which prevent unauthorised access to our offices, which are
located in secured buildings.
All candidates are fully briefed and written consent gained
prior to the release of their details to any 3rd party.