This website is maintained by the Colorado Department of
Labor and Employment (CDLE). CDLE does not capture personal
information about any visitor to our site without their permission.
We try to ensure that we collect only the minimum amount of information
needed to provide the service or benefit you desire. For each
visitor, we do collect information about the Internet Protocol (IP)
address, type of browser used, the date and time of the visit,
and the IP addresses of the locations to which the visitor
linked during his or her visit to our web site. This information
is used for statistical reporting purposes and no personal
information is gathered.
Depending upon the services you request, we may require you to include personal information. We are required to gather this information by the United States Department of Labor for purposes of reporting and equal opportunity. The information is kept on file in a secure database and will only be used by Workforce Center Partner staff to better provide assistance to you in determining eligibility for assistance in obtaining services. Your personal information will not be transmitted to other companies, solicitors or organizations not associated with the performance of the responsibilities delineated in the federal Workforce Investment and Wagner Peyser Acts.
Social Security Numbers (SSN) are gathered for Federal reporting purposes only. For those customers using this site that have filed for Unemployment Insurance, use of Social Security Number is required for proof of work registration. SSN's are not given to employers and after log-in are never used in the foreground or background of this website. When you log in, you are assigned a random number for that session. Customers other than those on Unemployment Insurance may use the first three letters of their last name and date of birth (ie. SMI070189) instead of their SSN.
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control (SSL). SSL supports the authentication to verify that a client is communicating with an intended server. Encryption is utilized to prevent data from being understood by an unintended party, and to ensure that data was not altered in transit.