Revised: August 10, 2015
Information provided on Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) web sites is intended to allow the public convenient access to services and information. While attempts are made to provide accurate, current and reliable, information we cannot guarantee that the information will be error free. Therefore, GDOL employees, officers and agencies expressly deny and disclaim any express or implied warranty of the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information published through their web sites and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance upon the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of such information.
Minimum Browser Requirements
Access to secured GDOL online transactions requires a browser with domestic-grade encryption or 128-bit encryption. Most available browsers support 128-bit encryption and provide the download to update their browser from their respective web sites.
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When providing a link to a GDOL web site, the link should connect to the top level of the site. Links are encouraged, as long as content or presentation is not altered, framed, repackaged, or re-branded without the express written permission of the agency.
GDOL reserves the right to change page or directory structure of web sites at any time.
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All trademarks, service marks, or copyrights appearing on the GDOL web site and other linked web sites are trademarks, service marks, or copyrights of their respective owners.
For various services requiring online transmittal of private information, the GDOL uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protocol to safeguard your sensitive personal information. Information is encrypted from your computer to the GDOL server processing your request.
To further secure your privacy, do not divulge any personal identification numbers or passwords or sensitive information (e.g. social security number) to anyone in a phone call or e-mail. When finished with applications that are password protected or require the input of your personal information, it is always recommended that you close or otherwise exit all instances of your browser.
Protect Your Personal Information
Identity theft can occur if someone fraudulently obtains and uses your personal information. Review tips on how to Protect Your Identity During Your Job Search.
Changes to this Disclaimer
Revisions to this Disclaimer will be posted to this location with the last date of revision at the top of this page.
Our goal is to provide all services to customers in an accessible, efficient, and friendly manner while maintaining their privacy. If you have comments or questions regarding privacy, please contact us.