Data laws are changing with the introduction of GDPR on the 25th May 2018.  These laws tell us how and what we can do with your personal data.

We thought we would take the opportunity to remind you of our specialist services and why we currently hold your details and to remind you that you will have the right this month to ask us to remove your data should you so wish.

We hold your personal details as you have registered with us directly or utilised one of the specialist jobsites whose services we have used extensively over the years and in light of these new changes to the law, we need you to advise us if you wish to remain or be removed from our database.

If we don’t hear from you by the 24th May then we will keep you informed of any job opportunities that arise within your areas of expertise and may on occasion contact you to discuss your interest or suitability. Whilst you may be happy in your current role, your future needs can suddenly change.

We would love to stay in touch and share those opportunities, working closely with you to achieve the roles you desire, but we fully understand if your decision is to be removed and wish you all the best for the future.

Therefore if your thoughts are to be removed then we simply ask that you email us at outlining your request in further detail and we will acknowledge you once your request for removal has been completed.

We take privacy seriously and will always respect your ultimate decision. We keep all information private and secure along with data from the jobsites that we subscribe to and would not forward details to any third party without your permission or unless specifically requested by you to do so

Thank you for reading this and should anything be unclear then please contact us for a more detailed explanation. With the changes coming up you will be receiving many emails regarding the subject of holding and using your private data.

Think carefully, as once you are removed then you are gone but so are the opportunities that go with it.

“…we understand the importance of GDPR and your privacy…”