California Consumer Privacy Act
Privacy Notice for Employees and Other Personnel (California Residents)
This Notice is being provided to you in satisfaction of certain of Sixth Street Partners’ (“SSP”) obligations under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). SSP respects your concerns about privacy. This Privacy Notice describes the types of Personal Information we collect about California residents who are SSP (1) employees, owners, directors, officers, contractors, advisers, servicers, or consultants (collectively, “SSP Personnel”), (2) emergency contacts of SSP Personnel, and (3) individuals related to SSP Personnel for whom SSP administers benefits (collectively with SSP Personnel and emergency contacts, “Covered Individuals”).
SSP Personnel are responsible for providing this Privacy Notice to any Covered Individual whose Personal Information is provided to SSP by SSP Personnel. Certain terms used in this Notice have the meaning given to them in California Civil Code § 1798.100 et seq., as amended. This Notice is reviewed annually and may be updated from time to time.
Over the course of your relationship with us, it is routine for us to collect, process and store Personal Information about you. Personal Information means information that identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with, or could reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, with a particular consumer or household. It does not include deidentified or aggregate information or public information lawfully available from governmental records.
We may collect the following categories of Personal Information for you for the following purposes:
|CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL INFORMATION OBTAINED||PURPOSE(S) OF COLLECTION|
|Contact information, including your name, work and personal contact details (including postal addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers and email addresses), and emergency contact information||
|Demographic and family information, including age, date of birth, race, gender, sex, ethnicity, nationality, place of birth, citizenship status, disability, military and veteran status, marital status, and dependent information||
|Identification information, including Social Security number, driver’s license or state identification card number, passport number and country of issuance, employee ID number, account name, CCTV footage, and photograph||
|Compensation, benefits and payroll information, including bank account details, salary-related information, tax-related information, benefits elections, health insurance information, insurance policy number, details regarding leaves of absence, and injuries or other medical issues||
|Information relating to your position, including job title, job description, training, performance management information (e.g., evaluations, offer letter), information regarding immigration status and eligibility for work, office location, and general location data regarding corporate travel destinations||
|Talent management information, including resume information, occupation details, education details, certifications and professional associations, historical compensation details, previous employment details, and information received in connection with background checks
|Information about your use of SSP’s IT resources, including assigned equipment, IP address, user ID, online identifiers, the time and duration of internet and network connections and how you use technology resources, including emails you send/receive, websites browsing history, internet search history, software and files
you download and voicemails you receive
As indicated in the table above, we may use Personal Information in at least four different ways, depending on the category of Personal Information involved. We have provided further detail regarding each of these four uses below:
Managing our workforce: managing work activities and personnel generally, including recruiting; performing background checks; determining suitability for employment or promotion; determining physical and/or mental fitness for work; accommodating a disability or illness; establishing fitness to work; reviewing and evaluating performance; determining eligibility for and processing salary increases, bonuses, and other incentive-based compensation; providing references; managing attendance, absences, leaves of absences, and vacations; administering payroll services; reimbursing expenses; administering health, dental, and other benefits; training and development; making travel arrangements; securing immigration status; monitoring staff; creating staff directories; investigating suspected misconduct or non-performance of duties; managing disciplinary matters, grievances, and terminations; reviewing staffing decisions; administering, organizing, and arranging participation in firm sponsored events or programs; and providing access to facilities.
Operating our facilities and preparing for and responding to emergencies: ensuring business continuity; protecting the health and safety of our staff and others; safeguarding, monitoring, and maintaining our IT infrastructure, office equipment, facilities, and other property; detecting or preventing theft or fraud, or attempted theft or fraud; and facilitating communication with you and your designated contacts in an emergency.
Conducting business operations: operating and managing our IT, communications systems and facilities, and monitoring the use of these resources; performing data analytics; improving our services; allocating and managing company assets and human resources; making insurance claims; strategic planning; project management; compiling audit trails and other reporting tools; maintaining records relating to business activities, budgeting, and financial management; and managing mergers, acquisitions, sales, reorganizations or disposals and integration with purchasers.
Satisfying legal and compliance obligations: complying with legal requirements, such as tax, record- keeping and reporting obligations; conducting audits, management and resolution of health and safety matters; complying with requests from government or other public authorities; responding to legal process such as subpoenas and court orders; pursuing legal rights and remedies; defending litigation and managing internal complaints or claims; conducting investigations; and complying with internal policies and procedures.
We aim to protect Personal Information by implementing and maintaining reasonable security, such as by using reasonable organizational, technological and physical safeguards appropriate to the sensitivity of the Personal Information we hold. We take measures to safeguard your Personal Information, but we cannot guarantee its absolute security.
If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Notice or our privacy practices, please email us at TSSPCompliance@tpg.com.