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Privacy & Policy

1. Introduction

Edwin Royce Recruitment, referred to as the ‘Company’, operates as a Recruitment Consultancy delivering work-finding services to clients and job seekers. To provide these services, the Company processes personal data, including sensitive information, and functions as a data controller.

You may directly provide personal information to the Company through registration forms or our website, or we may collect it from other sources such as job boards. Processing your data requires a legal basis, and we strictly adhere to prevailing data protection laws as detailed in the Privacy Notice.

2. Collection and Use of Personal Data

A. Purpose of Processing and Legal Basis

The Company collects and processes your personal data, including sensitive information, to offer work-finding services. This involves activities like communicating job opportunities, assessing suitability, maintaining databases, proposing job roles, facilitating payments, and managing relationships with you and our clients.

Our legal basis for processing your personal data includes:

Legitimate interests, respecting reasonable grounds and your expectations.

Fulfilling contractual obligations established with you.

Compliance with legal obligations.

Your consent.

B. Legitimate Interest

The Company processes data based on legitimate interests, including:

Maintaining our database and ensuring job seeker records remain updated.

Providing work-finding services to you and our clients.

Seeking consent from you when necessary.

Providing information about services similar to those previously used from us.

C. Statutory and/or Contractual Requirement

The Company has legal and contractual obligations necessitating the collection of personal data. This data may be required by our clients or necessary for us to engage in contracts with you. Failure to provide essential personal data may impact our ability to continue offering work-finding services.

D. Recipient/s of Data

The Company processes your personal and/or sensitive data with the following recipients:

Clients (whom we may introduce you to).

Former employers (from whom we may request references).

Other Recruitment Consultancies in our supply chain.

3. Information When Data Not Provided Directly by the Data Subject

The Company has collected the following personal and/or sensitive data concerning you:

Name, address, mobile number, email.

Date of birth.

National Insurance Number.


Health information, including disability status.

Criminal record(s).

This data was sourced from:

Job boards.

Former employers.


Software providers supporting our services.


4. Transfers Outside the UK

For work-finding services, the Company will not transfer your information outside the European Economic Area (‘EEA’), comprising EU member states, Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein.

5. Data Retention

We retain your personal data as necessary for the original purpose of its collection, adhering to varying legal requirements stipulating different retention periods.

6. Your Rights

You have the following data protection rights:

Being informed about the personal data the Company processes regarding you.

Access to your processed personal data.

Rectification of your personal data.

Erasure of your personal data in certain circumstances.

Restriction of processing your personal data.

Data portability in certain situations.

Objection to processing based on public or legitimate interest.

Freedom from automated decision making and profiling.

Withdrawal of consent at any time.

Where consent was given, withdrawing it does not affect prior processing or processing under a different legal basis. Continued data processing may be necessary for legal or official reasons, limited to the necessary scope for these specific reasons.

If you believe your processed data is incorrect or incomplete, please contact us, and we'll verify and rectify it as needed.

You can also contact us to limit or access your data or to exercise any of the above rights.

7. Cookies

Cookies store minimal user information as small files on a user's device when accessing a website. Refer to the Cookie Policy for more details.

8. Log Files

IP addresses are used to analyze trends, administer the site, track user movements, and gather demographic information, not linked to personally identifiable information.

9. External Website Links

The Company is not accountable for the privacy practices of external websites linked on our site. When leaving our site, review the privacy notices of each website collecting personally identifiable information.

10. Sale or Integration of the Company

In case of a sale or integration with another company, your details may be disclosed to advisers, prospective purchasers, and new owners of the Company.

11. Data Security Measures

The Company takes necessary precautions to protect user information. Only staff needing the information for specific tasks have access.

While the Company strives to secure personal information, email and Internet usage aren't entirely secure. Therefore, we cannot guarantee their absolute security or integrity during data transfer.

For shared devices, refrain from selecting the ‘remember my details’ function.

12. Making a Complaint

If you suspect your data rights were breached, you can file a complaint with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) at Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF, or by calling 0303 123 1113.

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