ADP will collect and process your personal data only as instructed or permitted by our Client (your employer) or you. ADP maintains appropriate security controls to protect your information.
For our Client employees located in the European Economic Area and in Switzerland, ADP has established Binding Corporate Rules (BCR) Privacy Code for Client Data Processing Services which have been approved by the European Union Data Protection Authorities.
ADP will disclose your personal data to your employer and to other entities when instructed by your employer. We may disclose your personal data to our affiliates and Third-Partyprocessors as needed to provide the services that you and your employer have requested. These entities are contractually bound to limit the use of your personal data as needed to perform the services. We will also disclose personal data when required to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, including to law enforcement agencies and courts in the United States and other countries in which we operate.
If you have questions about your privacy rights, please contact your employer’s Human Resources department.
International Data Transfers
Where authorized by your employer, ADP will transfer personal data pertaining to individuals located outside of the United States to our affiliates and suppliers in the United States and elsewhere in the world, pursuant to applicable data protection laws. We will only transfer personal data pertaining to individuals located in the European Economic Area as permitted by the ADP Privacy Code for Client Data Processing Services. For an overview of the ADP Privacy Code for Client Data Processing Services, which includes the list of our affiliates bound by the ADP Privacy Code for Client Data Processing Services, please click: www.adp.com/privacy/pdf/BCRPC2.pdf
Sensitive Personal Data
In the ordinary course of its business, ADP processes sensitive personal data on behalf of your employer, such as social security numbers. ADP has implemented reasonable technical, physical and administrative safeguards to help protect the sensitive personal data from unlawful use and unauthorised disclosure. All ADP associates and contingent workers are required to follow these established procedures, both online and offline. Access to sensitive personal data is limited to those associates and contingent workers who have a need to access the information to perform tasks for ADP. ADP will only disclose sensitive personal data to those service providers, auditors, and/or advisors who are legally or contractually obligated to protect them or as required or permitted by law.
If your employer has elected to receive services such as money movement services from ADP, ADP may be required by applicable laws to process Client employee data for monitoring and other controls needed to safeguard the security and integrity of financial transactions including for due diligence, such as verifying the identifying of the individual, and the individual’s eligibility to receive products or services, such as verifying employment or account status.
California Privacy Rights
California Civil Code Section 1798 allows California residents to ask companies with whom they have an established business relationship to provide certain information about the companies’ sharing of personal data with third parties for direct marketing purposes. ADP does not share any California consumer personal data with third parties for marketing purposes without consent.
If you wish to request further information about our compliance with this law you may contact us at Privacy@ADP.com
or by writing to:
Global Data Privacy and Governance Team
One ADP Boulevard
Roseland, NJ 07068-1728 USA
How to Lodge a Complaint (European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland Client Employees only)
Client employees located in the EEA and Switzerland, as a third party beneficiary, may file a complaint in respect of a claim they have for violation of the ADP Privacy Code for Client Data Processing Services or applicable law, by contacting the Global Data Privacy and Governance Team at Privacy@ADP.com
. If ADP’s response to your complaint is unsatisfactory, you may file a complaint or claim with the relevant regulatory authorities or the courts, in accordance with the provisions of the ADP Privacy Code for Client Data Processing Services.
Questions about Your Personal Data
ADP is committed to transparency. We want individuals to understand how we collect and use personal data so they may interact with ADP with confidence. The materials provided on this webpage may help you find the information you need about privacy at ADP. If you have questions related to the content of this webpage, please contact us at Privacy@ADP.com
. As an employee of an ADP Client, please contact your employer for more information regarding the collection and processing of your personal data.