Your Privacy is our Concern
Collection of your personal data
In order to service you as a candidate, we collect personal details from you. These details may include names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, education, employment history, CVs and any other information required to provide you with job placement services. It should be noted that these details are provided by you either through submission via a contact for or via a job application form. We rely on you for accuracy of the data you provide.
How we use your data
Bond will only use your data for the specific purpose you provided it i.e. to assist you in finding suitable employment or in relation to your application for a specific job. Your personal data will only be disclosed to potential employers at your expressed direction. Your details may also be disclosed to contracted companies who act as “data processors” for Bond. These third party data processors provide us with systems and services to assist us in delivering the best possible job placement service to you. These third parties may not use your personal data for any reason what so ever other than assisting us in proving these services to you. The personal information you share with us will never be sold or shared with other parties for the purpose of selling or marketing to you.
Security of the personal data you provide
Bond are committed to the safeguarding of your personal data. We take our security responsibilities seriously, employing the most appropriate physical and technical measures, including staff training and awareness and we review these measures regularly.
Accuracy of your personal data
Bond will take every effort to keep your details up to date and accurate. We rely on your input to this and may communicate with you regularly requesting updates to your contact or employment details if applicable. If your personal data changes you have the right to contact us immediately to ensure that the data we hold is current.
Your Right of Access
You have a right to make a Subject Access Request (SAR) relating to your personal data. Should you wish to make an SAR you should do so in writing or by email marked for the attention of “The Data Controller”. To ensure the security of your personal data you must provide proof of identity with the request. Should we not be satisfied with the proof of identity supplied we may contact you to request additional proof and your request may be delayed as a result. Normally there is no charge for such request but a fee may be charged if an SAR is manifestly unfounded, excessive or repetitive. We will respond to all valid SARs within 30 calendar days.
Your right of rectification or erasure
You have the right to request your personal data to be corrected or erased completely. Any such request should be made in writing or by email and proof of identity will be required. In certain circumstances we may have the right to refuse erasure and we will inform you fully in such circumstances.