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Retention and Safeguards
MORSON CANADA has set mandatory retention timeframe limits based on Provincial Employment and Labour Standards and will retain personal information only as long as is outlined in the applicable legislation. Third party suppliers have been instructed to follow the same guidelines. In addition, appropriate safeguards relevant to the sensitivity of the information, while retained, will secure the information.
MORSON CANADA will make every effort to ensure personal information remains current and is updated internally and with third party suppliers in a timely manner. Individuals are expected to update MORSON CANADA with any changes to their personal information. The information will only be updated when required for the intended, previously informed purposes.
MORSON CANADA will release the personal information retained by the organization to the individual that the information is about upon request, along with the use and disclosure of any personal information.
Specific requests for information can be directed to HR at 1001 Champlain Ave, Suite 203, Burlington Ontario L7L5Z4. The information will be released within 30 days of receipt of the request. Should MORSON CANADA not be able to comply with the request for a justifiable reason, that reason will be given to the requestor.
MORSON CANADA considers the following reasons justifiable reasons to refuse access to personal information.
• Solicitor-client privilege
• Litigation privilege
• Security and ongoing fraud investigations
• Proprietary or trade secret information
• Sensitive medical information that could be obtained through other means
• Requests that would prove prohibitively costly to provide
• Requests that could reasonably be expected to threaten the life or security of another individual
This list is not exhaustive and other reasons may be considered justifiable.
Individuals of whom MORSON CANADA holds personal information have the right to file a challenge about the company’s compliance with Privacy legislation. MORSON CANADA will consider all requests serious and will investigate any complaints thoroughly. To make a challenge please send all relevant details and specifics to MORSON CANADA HR at 4950 Yonge St, 21st Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M2N 6K1