Last updated: February 2018
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Scantec processes personal data. Scantec values your privacy and observes due care in processing and protecting personal data. Scantec is the data controller. In this privacy statement, it is explained which personal data is collected via the Scantec services, and for which purposes.
Use of Personal Data
Scantec collects and further processes personal data for recruitment purposes.
It concerns the following data:
- Basic contact information
- Work History
- Personal information (such as date of birth)
- Financial Information
- Special Personal Data
Scantec uses personal data for the following purposes:
- Sourcing candidates for roles
- Assessing suitable candidates
- Identifying potential clients
- Managing the recruitment process (arranging interviews etc)
- Reporting on service delivery for clients
- Managing payments to temporary workers
Providing Data to Third Parties
Scantec may provide data to the following third parties:
- Clients i.e. those recruiting
- Intermediary partners (for payment processing)
- HMRC and Government bodies as required
- Banking providers
- Training, testing & other ancialliary service providers as required (on an ad-hoc basis and with explicit consent)
- Our IT infrastructure providers
These partners may be based outside the EU. If personal data is transferred outside the EU, the privacy law requirements for doing so have been fulfilled. For example, because Scantec has concluded EU model contract clauses to agree with these parties on how they deal with personal data. Or, if the relevant party is established in the United States, this party is Privacy Shield certified.
Scantec takes security measures to reduce misuse of and unauthorised access to personal data. Scantec takes the following measures in particular:
- access to personal data requires the use of a user name and password;
- access to personal data is restricted by role
- Financial data is held in a separate system with stricter access controls
- physical measures to protect access to the systems in which the personal data is stored;
Personal data is retained for as long as we are providing work seeking services. In the event that we cease providing such services and are required to retain information by law we retain only that which is necessary and in such a way as to have due regard to an individual’s right to privacy.
This statement is not applicable to third-party websites connected to Scantec’s website through links. It is not guaranteed that these third parties will handle your personal data in a secure and careful manner. We recommend you read these websites’ privacy statements before making use of these websites.
Your Rights relating to your Personal Data
You have the right to request inspection of your personal data. You can do this by logging in.
You can request for correction or deletion of your personal data, when the data is incorrect or no longer relevant. You can do this directly by logging in or by contacting email@example.com
You have the right to object against the processing of your personal data. If you would like to do so, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are of the opinion that your personal data is processed in a manner contrary to applicable privacy rules, you can contact us at email@example.com. However, you also have the right to submit a complaint with the competent data protection authority.