We are committed to protecting your privacy
Our Policy on Information Security and Data Protection:
As a recruitment company, BJD processes personal data in relation to its own staff, work-seekers and individual client contacts. It is vitally important that we abide by the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 set out below.
BJD holds data on individuals for the following general purposes:
• Staff Administration
• Advertising, marketing and public relations
• Accounts and records
• Administration and processing of work-seekers personal data for the purposes of work-finding services
The Data Protection Act 1998 requires BJD as data controller to process data in accordance with the principles of data protection. These require that data shall be: -
1. Fairly and lawfully processed
2. Processed for limited purposes
3. Adequate, relevant and not excessive
5. Not kept longer than necessary
6. Processed in accordance with the data subjects rights
7. Kept securely
8. Not transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area without adequate protection.
Personal data means data, which relates to a living individual who can be identified from the data or from the data together with other information, which is in the possession of, or is likely to come into possession of, BJD.
Processing means obtaining, recording or holding the data or carrying out any operation or set of operations on the data. It includes organising, adapting and amending the data, retrieval, consultation and use of the data, disclosing and erasure or destruction of the data. It is difficult to envisage any activity involving data, which does not amount to processing. It applies to any processing that is carried out on computer including any type of computer however described, main frame, desktop, laptop, palm top etc.
Data should be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that it is accurate, relevant and up to date and those people listed in the appendix shall be responsible for doing this.
Data may only be processed with the consent of the person whose data is held. Therefore if they have not consented to their personal details being passed to a third party this may constitute a breach of the Data Protection Act 1998.
By instructing BJD to look for work and providing us with personal data contained in a CV work-seekers will be giving their consent to processing their details for work-finding purposes.
If you intend to use their data for any other purpose
you must obtain their specific consent.