Acknowledgement and Acceptance of Terms
Johnson Career Strategy Consulting is committed to protected the privacy of any personal information that you provide when visiting our website. This Privacy Statement establishes our privacy practices regarding the information that we collect when you or your computer connects with my website. By accessing you acknowledge and fully understand Johnson Career Strategy Consulting Privacy Statement and freely consent to the information collected and use practices on this website Privacy Statement. Our privacy practices has been designed to adhere with the privacy provisions of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004. Following is an overview of our website privacy practices.
Personal Information of Users:
Guests to our website are permitted to register for certain services such as as a weekly newsletter or request for a free consultation. When you register or request for a free consultation we will request some personal information such as your name, address, email and other relevant information. We will not disclose personal identifying information that we collect without your permission except to the extent necessary including:
1. To fulfill our request for services
2. To protect ourselves from liability or to defend our rights including investigation of fraud or misconduct
3. To respond to legal process or comply with law
If you have opt-in and previously did not take the opportunity to opt out, you can feel free to do at anytime and withdraw your consent for us to contact you for the continued collection, use or disclosure of your information by contacting us at
Information we collect and how we use it:
Johnson Career Strategy consulting collects particular information from and about users in a couple of ways: 1) directly from our web server logs, cookies, the user, including completing the news letter form to subscribe to a news letter, completing the free consultation form and the contact tab.
Web Server logs:
Whenever you visit our site, we may track information and analyze the ways in which the site is being used. Examples of information we may track include 1) your internet protocol address 2) The kind of browser or computer you use 4) Number of links you click within the site 5) State or country from which you accessed the site 6) date and time when you accessed the website and 7) the pages you viewed while visiting the website.
Cookies may be used to personalize or enhance your user experience. A cookie is a small piece of text file that maybe sent from our website and is stored on your computer/phone/any electronic device used to access our website while you are on our site. The purpose of a cookie is that it is meant to be a sturdy tool for any website to remember useful information or to record the visitors activities on a website.