Employee Deletion Request
Last Updated August 5, 2020
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, California residents have the right to request deletion of their Personal Information.
For prospective, current, or former employees, if you decide to pursue a deletion request, we will delete your Personal Information, subject to any applicable exemptions by law. For example, we may retain Personal Information that is needed to prevent fraud or to meet our legal obligations.
We may delete your Personal Information by permanently deleting it, de identifying it, or aggregating it with Personal Information from other people.
To request deletion of your Personal Information from our systems, please e-mail to [email protected] or call us at 904-274-3790. On receipt of your request, we may request additional information if we are unable to verify your identity based on comparing the information you submit with information we retain in our files, or if we believe additional information is needed to verify your identity. We may send you and require you to return a notarized affidavit, under penalty of perjury, verifying your request. You will receive a confirmation of our receipt of your request within 10 days after submission.
We have 45 days to respond with confirmation of deletion or an explanation of the reasons we were unable to delete your Personal Information. We may also inform you that we need up to 45 additional days to respond and the reason we need additional time.
If you are an authorized agent of a requesting employee, you must provide a written authorization from the employee or a copy of a lawful power of attorney that permits you to submit the request on the employee’s behalf. You may provide that written authorization to us via email at [email protected] after submitting the request. We may contact you or the employee on whose behalf you claim to act to verify your authorization.
If we are unable to verify your identity or request, we may treat your request as a request that we do not sell your Personal Information to third parties.