E3 Privacy Policy
This privacy statement applies to the E3 One survey, which provides our clients with comprehensive employee engagement measurement analytics. E3 One is owned and operated by E3 Solutions LLC. Please read the following carefully to understand how your data will be treated. By visiting one.e3plus.com you are accepting and consenting to the practices described in this statement.
Information Collected
Survey responses are anonymous. In addition to the data collected for the 28-question culture survey, we collect certain demographic information (age, tenure, gender, industry) that participants voluntarily provide. We do not collect participant names, email addresses, IP addresses, or GPS locations nor is the survey data or demographic data associated with an individual participant.
What We Do With the Information Collected
We collect, store, and maintain participant responses for the purpose of aggregating the data in various ways to provide insights on your company’s culture. Data is presented in aggregate form only and must meet certain criteria on the group size (5+ respondents) in order to be displayed.
Your data is combined with other E3 Solutions survey clients to collectively serve as E3 Solutions’ global data set. Company results are compared against the global data and analyzed for trends.
We safeguard the security and confidentiality of the data collected and will only use the information for the particular purpose of the culture assessment and for global data research, statistics, and benchmarking. Any such information will not be correlated with data about individuals, and it will not be possible to identify any individual from the aggregated results.
Who Has Access to Your Information
Your data will not be shared with any third parties other than the hosting service of our proprietary survey management software. The hosting service is only authorized to use the data as necessary for E3 Solutions to provide our services to you and/or the customer.
Survey clients and their administrators do not have access to the collected raw data.
[updated April 2020]