The Company operates as a recruitment agency, offering job placement services to both clients and job seekers. In order to provide these services, the Company needs to process personal data, including sensitive information, acting as a data controller.

You may provide your personal details directly to the Company, such as through an application form or our website, or we may obtain them from other sources like job boards. The Company must have a legal basis for processing your personal data and will only use it for providing work-finding services and relevant role information as outlined in this privacy statement. We adhere to all current data protection laws at all times.

  1. Collection and Use of Personal Data a. Purpose of Processing and Legal Basis

    The Company collects and processes your personal data to provide work-finding services, such as contacting you about job opportunities, assessing your suitability, updating databases, arranging payments, and managing relationships with clients. Legal bases include consent, legitimate interests, legal obligations, and contractual obligations.

    b. Legitimate Interest

    The Company processes data for managing databases, providing work-finding services, seeking consent, and offering similar services/products.

    c. Statutory/Contractual Requirement

    Legal and contractual obligations require data collection to comply with regulations and client requirements. Failure to provide data may affect the provision of services.

    d. Recipients of Data

    Recipients include clients, former employers for references, payroll service providers, and other agencies in the supply chain.

  2. Information When Data Isn’t Directly Collected a. Categories of Data

    Personal data collected includes name, address, contact details, national insurance number, nationality, bank details, CV, and references. Sensitive data may include health information, criminal convictions, and driving licenses.

    b. Sources of Data

    Data is sourced from job boards, social media platforms, former employers, referees, software providers, and cookies.

  3. Overseas Transfers

    The Company does not transfer data outside the European Economic Area (EEA) for work-finding services.

  4. Data Retention

    Personal data is retained as necessary for the intended purpose and legal requirements. Retention periods vary based on regulations and contractual obligations.

  5. Your Rights

    Data protection rights include access, rectification, erasure, restriction, portability, objection to processing, and withdrawal of consent. Certain rights may be subject to legal or official reasons for processing.

  6. Automated Decision Making

    The Company does not subject individuals to automated decision-making processes.

  7. Cookies

    The Company may use IP addresses for site analysis but does not link them to identifiable information.

  8. Links to External Sites

    The Company is not responsible for the privacy practices of external sites linked on its website.

  9. Sale of Business

    In the event of a business sale, data may be disclosed to advisers and prospective purchasers and transferred to new owners.

  10. Data Security

    The Company employs measures like encryption, firewalls, and restricted access to safeguard information. However, it cannot guarantee the security of data transmitted over the Internet.

  11. Changes to Privacy Statement

    The Company updates its privacy statement periodically and notifies users of material changes.

  12. Complaints or Enquiries

    Complaints or enquiries regarding privacy matters can be directed to Emma Potts. Users also have the right to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office or relevant supervisory authority.