Employee Privacy Act Notice

Notice to California Employees, Job Applicants, and Contractors

The California Consumer Privacy Act requires us to notify California employees, job applicants, and contractors of the following information relating to our collection of personal information.

Categories of Personal Information We Collect

We may collect the following categories of personal information from you in your capacity as an employee, job applicant, or contractor:

• Name
• Email address
• Postal address
• Telephone number
• Signature
• Social Security number
• Driver’s license number
• Other types of state identification card number
• Passport number
• Bank account number
• Medical information (e.g., temperature taking and COVID-19-related symptom questions)
• Insurance policy number or subscriber identification number
• Any unique identifier used by health insurer to identify consumer
• Education information
• Employment history
• Professional or employment-related information
• Race
• Color
• Sex/gender (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and/or related medical conditions)
• Disability (mental and physical including HIV/AIDS, cancer, and genetic characteristics)
• Citizenship status
• Genetic information
• Marital status
• Medical condition (genetic characteristics, cancer or a record or history of cancer)
• Request for family care leave
• Request for leave for an employee’s own serious health condition
• Request for pregnancy disability leave
• Audio; video
• Electronic

Business or Commercial Purposes for which Personal Information will be Used

We may use the personal information we collect for all purposes of providing employment to you, including the following purposes:

1. To contact you;
2. To process payroll;
3. To have you fill out applications and forms associated with your employment or prospective employment;
4. To perform a background check;
5. To verify your ability to work in this country;
6. To identify you as a veteran;
7. To have you acknowledge your agreement to certain company policies;
8. To enroll you in our wellness program;
9. To administer and maintain benefits, including group health insurance;
10. To administer and maintain your retirement account;
11. For emergency contact purposes;
12. To track time and attendance at work;
13. To manage workers’ compensation claims;
14. To manage your job-related performance;
15. To grant and monitor your access to secure company facilities;
16. To engage in corporate transactions requiring review of employee records and information such as for evaluating potential mergers and acquisitions;
17. To review web traffic and events, monitor for virus attacks and web content, and determine bandwidth consumption;
18. To maintain commercial insurance policies and coverages, including for workers’ compensation and other liability insurance;
19. To prevent the spread of COVID-19;
20. To perform call monitoring and surveillance;
21. For “secret shopper”/quality assurance purposes;
22. For intra-company communications;
23. For external marketing purposes (only employees and only with employee’s consent);
24. To monitor company networks and information sent on and/or using company property or a personally owned mobile device for which the employee is receiving reimbursement for its business use for legal/compliance/quality assurance purposes; and
25. To comply federal and state law.


We are committed to ensuring this notice is accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you wish to access this notice in an alternative format, please contact us at privacy@awolff.com.