What information do we ask to you to provide and what do we use it for?
We ask you to provide your full name, contact number, address, email address and disability details. By giving us your personal data you are consenting to us processing it for the purposes stated in this Privacy Notice.
|We ask you to supply||We use it to|
|Full Name||Identify you, process your application and personalise any correspondence that we send to you. We also use it to conduct social media profile searches.|
|Contact Number||Contact you in relation to your application, to complete a screening interview and arrange an interview.|
|Address||Post a job offer letter and supporting documentation if the application is deemed successful|
|Email Address||Correspond with you regarding any questions during the application process and to confirm interview details for successful applications. We also use it to communicate with you if your application is deemed unsuccessful.|
|Disability Details||Understand if any reasonable adjustments or access requirements need to be addressed during the recruitment process.|
|Curriculum Vitae||Make a decision on your suitability to the role you are applying for.|
|LinkedIn Social Media Profile Details
(where “LinkedIn Easy Apply” is selected)
|Automatically complete relevant sections of your application and we may subsequently use the information captured to make a decision on your suitability to the role you are applying for. We will only process personal data that is necessary and relevant to the performance of the job that you are applying for.|
Why do we need to collect your personal data?
As a potential employer, the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 require you to prove to us that you have the right to work in the UK. We also have a legitimate interest in processing your personal data in order to progress your application.
How long do we keep your personal data?
If your application is successful you will enter into an employment contract at which point you will be notified about how your personal data will be processed as an employee.
If your application is not successful we will keep your personal data in our talent bank so that we can contact you about future employment opportunities providing that you have agreed to this, and this information will be kept for no longer than six months.
Who do we share your information with?
We only share your personal data with Workable, a third party service provider who supply us with an Applicant Tracking System (ATS). The data supplied is stored in a cloud based system which is managed and operated by Workable. They will not use your data for any purposes.
Is your personal data processed outside of the UK or EU countries?
Is any “profiling” performed using your personal data?
Yes, we may use data that you provide to evaluate your suitability for the position that you are applying for. Questions used to make an automated decision are limited to only ‘yes’ and ‘no’ responses This may include some simple checks to ensure that you have the necessary skills and experience, which will be defined as mandatory requirements in the job description. If your application is rejected you have the right to request a review of the decision.
To request a review, please contact the Hiring Manager/s that have been assigned to you.
What consent options do we offer and how do these affect you?
Selecting the consent options will mean that we are able to contact you about other employment opportunities:
- Talent Bank – If you opt in you may be contacted by Ei Group and its subsidiaries about future opportunities that we feel you may be interested in.
To opt out of Talent Bank once you have opted in, please contact the Hiring Manager/s that have been assigned to you.
What are your rights?
For more information on your data protection rights refer to our Craft Union Privacy Statement