Privacy Policy
We, at Providence Global Center LLP ( ‘Providence’ ), have a strong commitment towards safeguarding your online privacy. This Privacy Policy ( ‘Policy’ ) describes how Providence collects, uses and shares personal data and information of Users through its Website ( ‘Website’ ). This Policy also sets out your rights in relation to the personal information collected by Providence.

For the purposes of the Policy, ‘you’ or ‘your’ or ‘User’ shall mean any person accessing the Website. By your use of this Website, you agree to the collection, use and transfer of your personal information in the set out in this Policy.
A. Types of personal information collected by Providence:
Personal information means any information that relates to a natural person, where the information is capable of identifying such person and is available to any entity directly or indirectly.

Providence may collect personal information and store this information when you enter it on the Website, send it to us or provide it to us in any other way. We collect personal information when you choose to give it to us. This includes:

  1. your contact information like name and email address when you sign up or login to our Website or agree to job alerts;
  2. information that you would include in a resume/CV such as your name, contact details including e-mail address and mobile number, prior work experience, educational qualifications, information relating to your current and past remuneration or salary, a copy of your resume/ CV, etc. when you register on the Website;
  3. information you use to apply for jobs at Providence;
  4. information you use to apply for jobs at Providence;
  5. tracking which jobs you search for, view, and apply to;
  6. information imported by you from third party applications, websites or linked services;
  7. when you visit the Website, we use cookies to automatically gather, store and use technical information about your computer resource and interaction with our Website in order to enhance your browsing experience; and
  8. to the extent permitted by law, we may record and monitor your communications with us to ensure compliance with our legal and regulatory obligations and our internal policies.

We do not collect sensitive personal data or information like (i) financial information such as bank account details, credit or debit card details or other payment related details, (ii) physical, mental or other health conditions or medical records and history, (iii) biometric information such as fingerprints, facial patterns, (iv) sexual orientation or any other sensitive information which is sensitive by its nature.

If you have included any sensitive personal data or information mentioned above in your CV/ resume/ other communication to us, then you agree to uploading such information on the Website and sharing such information with Providence. Resumes shared by you will not be shared with anyone else except the Providence personnel or any third party.

B. How Providence may use your personal information:
The information provided to us will be used for the following purposes:
  1. to provide our services to you including sending you job alerts, information about careers at Providence and relevant search results;
  2. to provide you with personalized, targeted or location-based jobs;
  3. to help employers/ recruiters from Providence contact you;
  4. to protect our Users and provide you with customer service support;
  5. to enhance and improve the features and services provided on the Website;
  6. conducting surveys with the aim of improving our services and reach towards Users;
  7. to prevent, detect, investigate and other illegal activities which may violate our policies or be illegal.
C. Information Sharing
We do not transfer or share your personal information with others except with our affiliates and group companies to the extent required for our internal business and/or administrative purposes. We will take necessary steps to ensure that when your data is being transferred to a third party, they ensure the same level of data protection that is adhered by us.

Your personal information may be shared with third parties including enforcement, regulatory and judicial authorities if required so by any law in force in India. We do not intend to transfer personal information without your consent to third parties who are not bound to act on our behalf unless such transfer is legally required.
D.Information collected by third party non affiliate websites:
Information (including personal information) may be collected by third party non affiliate websites linked on the Website. Please carefully read the privacy policy of these third party non affiliate websites before choosing to disclose information to them. Providence is not responsible for the collection of this data.
E. Rights available to Users:
  1. We rely on your consent in order to process your personal information in certain situations. Where we require your consent to collect and process certain personal information, as per the requirements under the applicable data protection laws, your consent is sought at the time of collection of your personal information and such processing will only be performed where consent is secured.
  2. Additionally, at the time of creation of your account, you have the option to elect or not elect to receive additional communications or information from us relating to topics that may be of special interest to you, such as careers available or receiving new job posting notifications.
  3. The information provided to Providence by you can be amended or corrected or reviewed by you whenever you require.
  4. You have the right to revoke your consent to this Policy. To revoke your consent, please contact us at PGCCommunications at providence dot org. If you revoke your consent, your account and information will be removed from our servers.
F. Minimum Age
To use the Website, you agree that you must be the minimum age of 18 (eighteen) years.
G. Security
You are responsible for ensuring that your log-in credentials (your username and password) are kept confidential. We have implemented managerial, technical and organizational measures designed to secure your personal information.

Not withstanding such measures, the internet is an open system and Providence cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will not be able to defeat those measures or use your personal information for improper purposes through means which are beyond the control of Providence. We cannot prevent or be responsible for protecting your personal computer or other devices against unauthorized use.

By accepting the terms of this Policy, you agree that the standards and practices being implemented by us, are reasonable and sufficient for the protection of your personal information.
H. Changes to this Policy
We reserve the right to update, change or modify this Policy at any time. The Policy shall come to effect from the date of publication of such update, change or modification.
I. Use of cookies:
The Website uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience by remembering your preferences and maintaining a record of your activities. Cookies also help us in improving website our website design and to customize the delivery of content based on your usage patterns and interests. The cookies used by the Website do not identify Uses by name or any other personal identifier.