Tulloch Recruitment is committed to your data privacy protection rights provided under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We process the data of employees, candidates, and clients in accordance with the GDPR. You can find out more about the regulation at the EUGDPR Portal website.
How we collect your information
We collect your information when you submit your information to us in person, via our website, email, or telephone. We also buy information about you from third party companies that support the activities of the recruitment business. The information we collect includes your name, address, email address, telephone number, referee details, health information, and training records.
What we do with it
We use your information for work-finding activities including vacant roles and future opportunities. This may include sharing your details with clients, providing references, and contacting referee details you have provided – we will seek consent from you before sharing your information in this way.
Where appropriate, we shall further use the data collected to perform credit checks, debt and pension administration.
Whom we share it with
We share your details with other companies in our group and our selected partners. These may include:
- Cloud providers that help us store your information
- IT service providers that help us with our internal IT issues
- Service providers that process your payment information on our behalf
- Credit check companies that help us understand your credit history
- Solicitors representing us in the event of a legal claim
- Government agencies where there is a legal reason to share your data e.g. to fulfil statutory and contractual requirements
Right to withdraw consent
You have the right to withdraw your consent of the processing of your data at any time. To do so, you can telephone 01224 625097, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the office at 506-508 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1TT.
Should you have concerns about how your data is processed by the group, you can contact the Information Commissioner’s Office via their website.
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