Information we collect
How we use your information
Who we exchange your information with
How we keep your information secure
How you can access, update and correct your information
How you can make a complaint about misuse of your information
1. About this policy
The specific legal obligations of TempyTECH when collecting and handling your personal information are outlined in the Privacy Act 1988 and in particular in the Australian Privacy Principles found in that Act.
2. Collection and storage of your personal information
2.1. Why do we collect your personal information?
If you are customer, to provide you with IT support services for your IT needs, including collateral services. We always try to collect only the information we need for the particular services that you have asked us to provide to you!
If you are an applicant seeking employment or appointment as a contractor, so that we can assess your suitability.
If you are an employee or contractor, for all purposes relevant to your employment or engagement with us.
2.2. What personal information do we collect and store?
The personal information we collect and store will depend on why you contact us and on which TempyTECH services you order. The information may include:
your name and contact details, including your physical address, email address and telephone number(s);
your bank account and/or credit card details;
your employment history (which may include sensitive information), if you apply for a job with us;
other employment-related information, if you apply for a job with us; and
other information you may provide to us, e.g. through customer surveys.
2.3. How do we collect personal information?
There are quite a few ways we may seek information from you directly. We might collect your information when you fill out an electronic form on our website, apply for a job with us, telephone us, send us an email or complete a customer survey.
Some customers like to engage with us through social media channels. We may collect information about you when you interact with us through these channels.
We use e-forms to enable you to book and appointment on our website.
Where our website allows you to communicate with us, we sometimes collect your email address and sometimes some other contact details. We may use your email address to respond to your comments, feedback or communication.
We may use a persistent cookie (a cookie that stays linked to your browser) to record your visits so we can recognise you if you visit our website again. It also lets us keep track of services you view so that, with your consent, we can send you news about them.
We may log IP addresses (that is, the electronic addresses of computers connected to the internet) to analyse trends, administer the website, track user movements, and gather broad demographic information.
In order for us to provide our services, we may collect personal information about you indirectly from third parties such as:
publicly available sources; or
your representative, such as an assistant or colleague, an adult relative, a caregiver, who contacts us on your behalf.
2.4. How do we store/hold your personal information?
All your information is stored electronically and securely in our database and other secure information systems.
2.5. Anonymity Where possible, we will allow you to interact with us anonymously.
For example, if you contact us with a general question, you won’t be required to give your name.
However, for most of our services we usually need your name and contact information and enough information about the particular matter to enable us to fairly and efficiently handle your inquiry, request, complaint or application, or to act on your communication with us.
3. What if you don’t provide us with your personal information?
If you don’t provide your personal information to us, we may not be able to properly provide our service to you, administer your account, verify your identity and/or let you know about other services that might be useful to you.
4. When will we notify you that we have received your information?
When customers book an appointment or ask for a quote, a system generated email will be sent to the customer confirming the details discussed.
Your privacy and the protection of your personal information is very important to us. We do not disclose your personal information to any other person, organisation or entity except our contracted service providers.
5.1. Service providers
TempyTECH uses a number of service providers to whom we disclose personal information only in order to provide our services to you. These include providers that host our website servers, manage our IT services.
5.2. Disclosure of personal information overseas
We do not disclose personal information overseas.
6. Quality of your personal information
To ensure that the personal information we collect is accurate, up-to-date and complete we do one or more of the following (where practicable and relevant):
record information in a consistent format;
promptly add updated or new personal information to existing records; and/or
verify our contact lists to check their accuracy.
The accuracy of your information is of course largely dependent on what you provide us. To make sure we’ve got your most current and accurate details, please let us know when your information changes (e.g. if you change your name or move house).
7. Security of your personal information
The security of your personal information is a high priority for us. We take reasonable steps to protect it from misuse, interference and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. Some of the ways we do this are:
confidentiality requirements of our employees;
security measures for access to our system.
8. Direct Marketing
We may send you direct marketing communications and information about our services, discounts and special promotions that we consider may be of interest to you.
We do this through the use of fridge magnets and flyers/brochures.
We will always let you know that you can opt-out from receiving our marketing offers and will provide easy to follow steps to do so.
9. Accessing and correcting your personal information
You have the right to ask for access to personal information that we hold about you, and ask that we correct that personal information. You can ask for access or correction by contacting us and we must respond within 30 days. If you ask, we must give you access to your personal information, and take reasonable steps to correct it if we consider it is incorrect, unless there is a law that allows or requires us not to.
We will ask you to verify your identity before we give you access to your information or correct it, and we will try to make the process as simple as possible. If we refuse to give you access to, or correct, your personal information, we must notify you in writing setting out the reasons why.
If we make a correction and we have disclosed the incorrect information to others, you can ask us to tell them about the correction. We must do so unless there is a valid reason not to.
If we refuse to correct your personal information, you can ask us to associate with it (for example, attach or link) a statement that you believe the information is incorrect and why.