1.1 Your Resume Information
– Private Resumes
Private resumes are only made available to those to whom the Job Seeker has initiated an application or provided their resume. Where this occurs, you make your resume, your name and other Personal Data that you place on your resume available to third parties. Those third parties may be interested in you as an employee, and may forward your resume to other third parties.
– Public Resumes
Public resumes are available to anyone with access to Job Haulers resume search application, in order to increase the visibility of that resume and help Job Hauler find you a job. Where this occurs, you make your resume, your name and other Personal Data that you place on your resume available to third parties. Those third parties may be interested in you as an employee, and may forward your resume to other third parties.
If you post a public resume, this may be crawled by, and displayed through search engines when someone searches for your name. This means that third parties can view the Personal Data contained in your resume and you may receive unsolicited contact from parties unaffiliated with Indeed and for whom Job Hauler has no responsibility. If you post a public resume on Job Hauler, please note that although Job Hauler expressly prohibits the scraping of its Site any resume you post publicly is public information and the content may be copied by a third party in violation of these terms.
For public resumes, you also authorize Job Hauler to remove your name from your public resume, in certain instances. Job Hauler may also change the display of your resume from public to private in certain instances to maintain the quality of the resume database.
– Changing Your Resume Privacy Settings
You will be given the option to make your resume private or public when you place your resume on Job Hauler. You may adjust this at any point by editing your privacy settings on Job Hauler. Where you adjust your resume from public to private, Job Hauler does not warrant how often third-party search engines will update their caches, which may continue to contain your resume information. Additionally, Employers who have saved your resume while it was public may continue to have access to your resume even after you have adjusted it to private.
1.2 Matching Job Seekers With Employers
You acknowledge that Job Hauler may determine whether the words of your resume or any other individuals’ resume match the words of certain job descriptions, and vice versa, in order to improve the Site or any other Job Hauler product or service (including by displaying or otherwise making available potentially relevant job descriptions and resumes to Job Seekers and Employers).
If you have an Job Hauler account or an Job Hauler -hosted resume, you agree that Job Hauler may contact you or suggest you or your public resume to Employers that might be interested in a person who matches your behaviour on Job Hauler.
In addition, if you are located in the United States and you set your Resume to public, this means that Job Hauler may share all of the aforementioned information about yourself with recruiters working for or on behalf of Employers. If you do not wish to share such information, you may set your Resume to private