Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement

We at CrossCountry Consulting (CrossCountry) respect your concerns about privacy and value the relationship that we have with you. This Privacy Statement describes the types of personal information that we collect and use, whether we receive that personal information from and about individuals who visit our website and who we interact with in other ways, or we receive that personal information from clients who collected and made it available to us in connection with our provision of services to those clients. This privacy notice explains what information we collect, how we intend to use that information, and how we may share that information with interested parties.

When we refer to our Site, we mean the specific webpages of and to specific webpages with a URL starting:

In addition to this Privacy Statement, CrossCountry adheres to the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with regard to the transfer of Personal Data from the European Union to the United States and in regards to data collected from citizens of EU member countries. For more information, see “Additional Information for Individuals in the European Union,” below.

To contact us with questions about this Privacy Statement, the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, or any other privacy-related issues, see “How to Contact Us/California Privacy Rights,” below.

This Privacy Statement does not apply to CrossCountry’s human resources information such as information collected from current and former employees and contractors.

CrossCountry and its compliance with this Privacy Statement is subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Information that We Collect and How We Use It

Personal information that we collect directly from and about you

In general, you can visit our Site without telling us who you are or providing any personal information about yourself, but you may also choose to open a user account or apply to a job posting on our Site, in which case you will be asked to provide personal information.

CrossCountry may obtain information (primarily name, contact information, area of business, and title) about you in a number of ways:

  • Through this Site,
  • Through information provided by you at live events, and
  • Through other public sources

We may enhance or merge any information that you provide to us online (such as by filling in information on our “contact us” webpage or by registering for a user account on our Site) with any additional information that you provide to us offline (such as by registering for one of our live events) and with public information that we obtain through public sources. If you choose to provide us with your information or we obtain it through public sources, we will use that information to open, maintain, administer, and service your user account; to respond to your inquiries; to customize and improve the content of our Site and other communications; and to provide you with offers and information regarding CrossCountry products and services.

Personal information that we collect from third parties about you

On occasion, CrossCountry Consulting may engage a third party for marketing or recruiting purposes. Information may be collected from that third party about you and used by CrossCountry Consulting during normal business operations.

The personal data we process may include:

  • Name, gender, age, date of birth
  • Contact information including email, phone number, mailing address
  • Employment and education details
  • Lifestyle details (e.g., hobbies, interests, marital status)
  • Posts or messages to any blogs, forums, or other platforms (e.g., social media) or services that we provide
  • IP address or browser information
  • Details regarding your online interactions with CrossCountry Consulting

The personal data we collect may also include some ‘sensitive’ personal data including:

  • Dietary requirements (e.g., you were to be provided a meal by CrossCountry Consulting)
  • Health information (e.g., you require access to one of our office spaces)
  • Sexual orientation (e.g., you provide us with details related to your spouse or partner)

If you object at any time to the collection or processing of any of the data categories above, or other data that is collected during your interactions with CrossCountry Consulting or choose not to provide the necessary information we may not be able to continue providing some or all of our services to you as a candidate or client.

Website Tools and Tracking Technology

We may also use certain automated tools and technologies to collect other information from visitors to our Site, including, but not limited to:

  • Traffic Data – When you visit our Site, we may automatically track and collect the following categories of information: (1) your Internet protocol and domain server address; (2) the date and time of your visit to the Site; (3) the type of web browser and operating system you used to access the site; and (4) the web pages that you accessed at the Site (collectively, Traffic Data). Traffic Data is anonymous information that does not identify or track you personally.  We use Traffic Data to evaluate and improve the content of our Site and to make our Site more useful to visitors.  We also use it to diagnose problems with our server, to keep our server running smoothly, and to monitor the number of visitors to our Site and the type(s) of technology they use.  (5) We may also collect other information that is not identified or tracked to you personally, such as search-related information.
  • Cookies –A cookie is a small data file placed on your hard drive by an Internet website server. We use temporary session cookies to maintain the functionality of our online services during your visit to our Site, including permitting you to navigate among our webpages and access content.  These temporary cookies contain no information that personally identifies you, they are not stored, we do not combine them with other information that we collect, and they only exist until you exit our Site and close your browser.  If you register for a user account with us, we may use permanent cookies to identify you as a registered user and remember you and your preferences when you return to our Site.  Any such permanent cookies will be encrypted and will only be functional on this Site.  You can refuse to accept permanent cookies and you can also choose to delete such cookies from your computer and/or browser by using any of the widely available methods, but if you do so, you may be unable to experience the full benefits of our Site and of your user account, including some of the interactive features of our Site.
  • Tracking Code– We may also track the pages you view on our Site, collect information about the links to and from our Site that you click on, and collect information about emails that we may send and you may open, through methods such as tracking codes, web beacons, or pixels. These tools may be used to measure the effectiveness of our Site, marketing, and email campaigns by permitting us to quantify the number of individuals who click on a link to or from our Site; the frequency with which our email messages are opened and the links they contain are clicked on; the extent to which our email messages are forwarded to others; and the type of software, device, operating system and browser used to access our email messages.
  • Mobile Devices –If you access our Site from a mobile device, in addition to the types of information described above, we may also collect data about your device, including type of device, browser technology, and device identification information.

You may refuse or delete cookies using your in-browser settings.  If you refuse or delete cookies, some of the functionality of our Site may be impaired.  If you turn off cookies, Web beacon and other technologies will still detect visits to our Site, but the information they generate cannot be associated with other non-identifiable cookie information and will be disregarded.  Please refer to your browser Help instructions to learn more about how to manage cookies and the use of similar technologies. You can also refer to our Cookies Page for more information.

Personal information collected by clients that is made available to us in connection with our provision of services to those clients

In addition to collecting personal information directly from and about individuals as described above, CrossCountry provides a range of consulting services to its client companies, including management analyses, financial- and accounting-related services, and system implementation support services. Our clients may make personal information that they have collected available to us to permit us to perform the requested consulting services. In all such instances, CrossCountry’s access to and use of any personal information collected by a client company is limited to the purposes and use(s) specified in the client’s contract with CrossCountry, and CrossCountry’s handling of that information complies with the client contract and with the applicable provisions of this Privacy Statement.

If you object at any time to the collection or processing of any of the data categories above, or other data that is collected during your interactions with CrossCountry Consulting or choose not to provide the necessary information we may not be able to continue providing some or all of our services to you as a job candidate or client.

Information We Share

We do not sell, rent, trade, or otherwise disclose personal information except as described in this Privacy Statement.  We may share personal information provided to us with service providers that we have retained to perform services on our behalf, such as hosting our Site, managing customer relationships, distributing communication content, and assisting us in providing services to clients to the extent permitted by our contract with the client. Our service providers are not authorized by us to use or disclose the information except as necessary to perform services on our behalf and to comply with legal requirements. In addition, we may be required to disclose information about you (i) if we are required to do so by law or pursuant to legal process, (ii) in response to a request from law enforcement authorities or other government officials, (iii) in response to a lawful request by public authorities, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements, or (iv) when we believe disclosure is necessary or appropriate to prevent physical harm or financial loss or in connection with an investigation of suspected or actual illegal activity. We reserve the right to transfer personal information we have about you in the event we sell or transfer all or a portion of our business or assets. Should such a sale or transfer occur, we will use reasonable efforts to direct the transferee to use personal information in a manner that is consistent with this Privacy Statement, our contracts with clients. In cases of onward transfer to third parties of data of EU individuals received pursuant to the EU-US Privacy Shield and GDPR, CrossCountry is potentially liable. Following such a sale or transfer, you may contact the entity to which we transferred your personal information with any inquiries concerning the processing of that information.

Apart from the purposes listed above, we will not share your information with other third parties for their independent use without your consent.

Rights You Have Regarding Your Data

Under the current data protection laws and regulations you have the right to:

  1. Request corrections to your personal data
  2. Request, in a usable format, a copy of your personal data
  3. Request that CrossCountry Consulting erase (right to be forgotten) your data
  4. Object to the processing of your data
  5. Request that CrossCountry Consulting restrict the processing of your personal data


If we collected personal information directly from and about you, and you do not want to receive marketing communications from CrossCountry, you may change your contact preferences or unsubscribe by sending an email to, by using the link included in each of our emails, or by contacting us as shown in “How to Contact Us/California Privacy Rights,” below.

CrossCountry does not use personal information that our clients collect and make available to us for marketing or other communications from CrossCountry.

You have a right to access your information.  If you wish to correct, amend, or delete inaccurate data, please direct your query to:

Amy Bjarnason, Chief Operating Officer
1600 Tysons Blvd, Suite 11
McLean, VA 22102

How Long Your Data is Stored

CrossCountry Consulting will only keep your data for the longest of:

  • Period necessary for the relevant activities or services
  • Any mandated retention period

Period required by litigation or investigation

Additional Information for Individuals in the European Union

CrossCountry complies with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework as set forth by the US Department of Commerce and the EU GDPR regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries. CrossCountry has certified that it adheres to the principles of Notice, Choice, Accountability for Onward Transfer, Security, Data Integrity and Purpose Limitation, Access, and Recourse, Enforcement, Data Subject Rights, Right to Erasure and Liability. If there is any conflict between the policies in this privacy policy and the Privacy Shield Principles, the Privacy Shield Principles and EU GDPR shall govern.

Individuals in the European Union may file a complaint concerning CrossCountry’s processing of their Personal Data by contacting us using the information shown in “How to Contact Us/California Privacy Rights,” below.

CrossCountry will take steps to address any questions, issues, or concerns relating to its compliance with the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles, its Personal Data practices, and EU GDPR. If you wish to raise a complaint about how we are using your information, exercise any of the rights set out above, or if you have any questions or comments about privacy issues, you can contact us using the information shown in “How to Contact Us/California Privacy Rights,” below.

Please note that if your complaint is not resolved through these channels, under limited circumstances, a binding arbitration option may be available through the EEC.

Links to Other Sites

Occasionally we may provide links to third-party websites for your convenience and information. These sites operate independently from CrossCountry and are not under our control. These sites may have their own privacy notices in place, which we strongly suggest that you review if you choose to visit any linked websites. With the exception of any site(s) to which we refer you to apply for a job with CrossCountry or to receive other CrossCountry-specific services, we are not responsible for the content of these sites, any products or services that may be offered through these sites, or any other use of these sites.

Data Protection

CrossCountry maintains reasonable physical, administrative, and technical safeguards to protect your personal information against unauthorized disclosure, use, alteration, or destruction, and we require the third-party service providers and business partners that we work with to do the same.

Children’s Privacy

CrossCountry’s Site and consulting services are not directed to or intended for use by children under age 13. Accordingly, we do not knowingly collect information directly from anyone under 13 years of age. Where appropriate, CrossCountry will specifically instruct children not to submit such information to our Site. If we become aware that a child has provided us with personal information without parental consent, or a parent or guardian of a child contacts us as shown in “How to Contact Us/California Privacy Rights,” below, we will use reasonable efforts to delete the child’s information from our databases.

Changes or Updates to this Privacy Statement

We may update or change this Privacy Statement from time to time and without prior notice to you. We will post a notice on our Site to notify you of any significant changes to our Privacy Statement and indicate at the bottom of the Statement when it was most recently updated.

How to Contact Us/California Privacy Rights

In compliance with the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles and EU GDPR, CrossCountry commits to resolve complains about your privacy and our collection or use of your personal information.  All individuals, including those from the European Union, with inquiries or complaints regarding this privacy policy should first contact CrossCountry at:

Amy Bjarnason, Chief Operating Officer
1600 Tysons Blvd, Suite 11
McLean, VA 22102

CrossCountry has further committed to refer unresolved privacy complaints under the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles to the BBB EU PRIVACY SHIELD, a non-profit alternative dispute resolution provider located in the United States and operated by the Council of Better Business Bureaus. If you do not receive timely acknowledgment of your complaint, or if your complaint is not satisfactorily addressed, please visit for more information and to file a complaint.

In addition, please use the contact information above if you have any questions, comments, complaints, or concerns about our Privacy Statement, the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles and our Personal Data practices, or other privacy-related practices, or you wish to access or delete your personal data or provide us with updated or corrected information.  We will attempt to respond promptly to your inquiries.

To opt out of CrossCountry marketing and other online communications, you may also send an email to

California residents may have certain additional rights including the right to information about how personal information is shared with third parties for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year. California residents may make such a request by using the contact information shown above.

Effective Date: May 24, 2018