Back Office Remedies, Inc. (hereinafter, “BOR”) is committed to the privacy and protection of client-employer and employee data. BOR gathers human resource and payroll data from a variety of sources utilizing a variety of means. BOR takes seriously the need to protect data at all stages of the process, including collection, utilization, dissemination, storage and destruction of data. To that end, BOR has implemented this Privacy Statement for the purpose of assuring client-employers and employees that BOR is committed to protecting your information and data. BOR utilizes affiliate companies and third-party vendors to perform certain tasks with regard to the service agreement(s). We do not share or sell personal information collected on the site or from the App with any third parties for their own marketing purposes. We limit the collection of personal information to that needed to service our contractual obligations and to fulfill any legal and regulatory requirements.
BOR requires certain information from Clients and their employees in order to perform its obligations under this Agreement. This information may include, but is not limited to, names, addresses, and social security numbers for employees and their family members. In turn, BOR may disclose non-public information provided by Client as required to conduct its business and as permitted or required by law, such as with regulators or law enforcement agencies. BOR may also share said information with its affiliates and third parties that assist BOR in processing and servicing Client’s account. BOR will not share Client’s non-public information with affiliated or non-affiliated companies who would use that information to market products or services to Client. Internal access to personal, non-public information, is limited to those individuals who need said information to provide the services and products covered by the service agreement(s). These individuals are expected to protect this information from inappropriate access, disclosure and modification. BOR recognizes the need to prevent unauthorized access to the information collected, including that information held in electronic format on BOR computer systems. BOR maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards intended to protect all non-public, personal information.
BOR utilizes commercially reasonable and industry standard administrative, physical, organizational and technical safeguards designed to prevent unauthorized access, use, alteration, destruction, or disclosure of client-employer and employee data.
“Confidential Information” refers to any information that is reasonably understood to be restricted as to access and use. BOR limits access and use of confidential information to those essential parties performing tasks necessary to fulfill contractual service obligations or to exercise BOR’s rights under the service agreement(s). Again, essential information may be shared with affiliates, third party vendors, and various governmental agencies. BOR may also be required to release certain information pursuant to lawful orders arising from civil or criminal proceedings involving clients or their or employees.
Depending on the specific services being provided by BOR to the client, BOR may receive and retain protected health information. Any such information will be handled in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 and the rules and the regulations thereunder, as amended.
It is the end user’s responsibility to safeguard login and password credentials. The end user should change device and App passwords on a regular basis and protect against unauthorized access to any device where the BOR-Go App is installed. It is also the end user’s responsibility to ensure that your employer and BOR have your current contact information, including home and mailing address, phone, and email address.
Access to the BOR-Go is restricted to active clients and their employees. Former employee will need to contact the appropriate Human Resources Department to obtain personal information following termination of employment. Upon cancellation of services by the client, the client will have 30 days to download client data, records and documents. After 30 days, client will need to request data, records and documents from BOR and additional fees may apply. Thereafter, BOR will retain and dispose of physical and electronic data and materials in accordance with applicable record retention statutes and industry standards for data destruction.
Any questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Statement can be directed to Back Office Remedies, Inc., 6212 W. Desert Inn Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89146.