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The right to be informed: This is about transparency. We’re very open about the data we gather about you as a Candidate, or a Client.
- The Candidate information we take is contact information and ‘normal’ CV-type data in order to filter you as an option for our roles.
- The Client data we hold are contact details of people who are in charge of recruitment.
The right to access: The data we get is fully transparent. We do get some data from third party job-sites such as Caterer.com and Linked In. This means that sometimes we will get Candidate data from them rather than the Candidate directly. In these cases, we contact the Candidate to ask for permission to work on their behalf. We will only ever have access to a CV and are able to show this when requested.
The right to rectification: We are always happy to update information we hold to maintain as higher accuracy as possible.
The right to erasure: You have a right to be forgotten and we will do this on request. Please contact us on 07920 844309, or email firstname.lastname@example.org requesting this.
The right to restrict processing: If you would like us to stop using your data on your behalf to try and get you a new job we are more than happy to do this. Please contact us on 07920 844309, or email email@example.com requesting this.
The right to object: If you decide that you would like us to stop using your data completely, please let us know and we will stop immediately. Please contact us on 07920 844309, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request this.
Apart from sending Candidate CV and personal details over to Clients after express permission and only when a candidate is actively looking for a role, we will on occasion send candidate update requests. This is noted on our internal system.
These are considered marketing emails and are opted-into rather than opted out of. Initial permission is taken when you register and can be changed at any time, either by asking us or by emailing email@example.com.
Sometimes we use SMS text messaging to let you know we have tried to call you. Although we do not consider this marketing, but rather contact information, you can opt-out of these also. Contact us directly on 07920 844309.
Questions & Complaints
If you have any questions or complaints regarding GDPR, or any other part of the business, please feel free to contact us on 07920 844309 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.