GDPR FAQ'S

What is GDPR?

GDPR is a new General Data Protection Regulation coming in to effect 25th May 2018. It ensures that any personal data held by any organisation is processed in a secure and transparent way.

Why have you emailed me about data protection?

Because we hold your details on our database in respect of job seeking, we now legally need to obtain your consent to continue to process that information and communicate with you about our services.

Why do you need my consent?

Without your consent we will not be able to discuss any new vacancies or offer you a job seeking service.

What happens if I don’t consent?

We will delete your details from our database. This means we will no longer be able to contact you any job opportunities available going forward.

Where have you got my CV from?

It has been registered on our datavase in the past either via a job board or via you registering directly on our website.

How long do you keep my details for?

With consent we will keep your details whilst our service is still relevant and whilst you wish us to continue to seek alternative work for you. We can delete your details from our database upon your written instructions, alternatively we will seek further consent in 2 years’ time.

What do I do if I want to withdraw consent later?

You can withdraw consent at any time. Just email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please include some personal information such as name, address and phone number for easy identification. We may contact you to confirm your details to ensure we treat your data correctly.

Where can I learn more about GDPR?

Full details about the changes GDPR brings can be found on The Information Commissioner’s Office website.

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