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Payroll Software – What to Consider When Choosing for Your Business

Payroll Software – What to consider when choosing for your business As your business grows, it becomes increasingly important to have the right tools to support and fuel your growth. Payroll software is a great example of this – it … Read More

Insights from a Small to Medium Enterprise Owner

We interviewed Yolandi Ellis, Founder of Nissi Business Admin, and asked her what it is like being an SME. She covered everything from what her business does, how it started and then spoke about her relationship with EasyBiz Technologies and … Read More

Easily Manage Your Business’s Payroll with Quick Payroll

We know as well as anyone that running a small or medium-sized business is no easy feat, and it requires an immense amount of focus. Your main goals are to bring in new clients and deliver high-quality goods or services … Read More

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Personal Information
Where a party receives any personal information (“PI”) related to the other party, the party who receives the PI, will comply with and have adequate measures in place to ensure that its employees, agents, subsidiaries and representatives comply with the provisions and obligations contained in the Protection of Personal Information Act, No. 4 of 2013. Any PI pertaining to one party which is required by the other party, will only be used by that other party for the purposes of this contract and will not be further processed or disclosed without the written consent of the latter and the recipient of that PI will take all reasonable precautions to preserve the integrity and prevent any corruption or loss, damage or destruction of the PI. If and when the contract is terminated, each party will, save to the extent that it is required to do otherwise by any applicable law, erase or cause to be erased, all PI and all copies of any part of the PI relating to the other party”.

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Personal Information
Where a party receives any personal information (“PI”) related to the other party, the party who receives the PI, will comply with and have adequate measures in place to ensure that its employees, agents, subsidiaries and representatives comply with the provisions and obligations contained in the Protection of Personal Information Act, No. 4 of 2013. Any PI pertaining to one party which is required by the other party, will only be used by that other party for the purposes of this contract and will not be further processed or disclosed without the written consent of the latter and the recipient of that PI will take all reasonable precautions to preserve the integrity and prevent any corruption or loss, damage or destruction of the PI. If and when the contract is terminated, each party will, save to the extent that it is required to do otherwise by any applicable law, erase or cause to be erased, all PI and all copies of any part of the PI relating to the other party”.