EMPLOYEE(S) DATA:

EMPLOYEE(S) DATA: 1. What personal data do we collect? Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable person. We will only collect personal data that we are permitted to collect by law on a jurisdictional basis. We have set out below a non-exhaustive list of the types of personal data that we most commonly collect. 1- Identity data: Your title, first name, last name, maiden name, date of birth, gender, photograph, national insurance number (or equivalent in your country), nationality and other information relating to residency and citizenship which may be required to establish a right to work in a given country, marital status and number of dependents. 2- Contact data: Your address, email address and telephone numbers, emergency contact details and contact details history. 3- Historical data: Your educational history and credentials, employment history, criminal background history, social media, skills and qualifications, and results from any other background and disclosure checks in countries where it is lawful to carry out such checks. 4- Employment-related data: Your current remuneration, pension and benefits, what role you are looking for, what work-related areas interest you, third party references (if taken) and interview and assessment feedback created either ourselves or by our client following an interview or assessment. 5- Verification data: A copy of your driving license, passport, identity card or another form of identification and referee details. 6- Diversity data: We may collect diversity data for governmental reporting purposes, which may include racial or ethnic origin, religious or other similar beliefs and physical or mental health, including disability-related information. 7- Visa application data: Your contact and identity information, immigration history (including residency, immigration status and travel history), character disclosures (including offences, disclosures and information relevant to meeting character requirements), health disclosures and information relevant to meeting health criteria. 2. How we collect personal data: We generally collect your personal data directly from you. For example, we collect your personal data when you: - deal with us in person, by telephone, letter, fax, email or via our websites; - register with us (e.g. at career fairs); - submit any other information to us, such as a CV; - complete psychometric assessments or other assessments; - subscribe to job alert emails; - subscribe to our publications; - attend an event we have organized; - enter a competition, promotion or survey; and/or - give us feedback. We may also use the following third party channels to collect your personal data: - pre-employment screening and background checking organizations where permitted in the jurisdiction; - our clients and their third party suppliers; - governmental and regulatory bodies, such as tax and social security authorities; - third party suppliers, including other recruitment and employment agencies, job board providers and job aggregators and our managed service providers who are within our supply chain; - other recruitment agencies; - analytics providers, such as Google Analytics and various job boards; and - communication platforms, such as Adobe, Cison and PR. We may also collect your personal data from publicly available sources where permitted in the jurisdiction, including: - your identity and historical data from social media sites, such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook; - your identity and contact data from company and commercial registers or electoral registers; and - your identity, from qualification and membership lists of professional bodies. 3. How we use personal data: We will only use your personal data when the law permits us to, and the uses set out below will be subject to that requirement. Candidates Your personal data will be collected and handled by us in order to: - provide careers, recruitment and/or related intermediary services to or for you; - match your details against job vacancies which we consider are appropriate for you in order to assess your suitability for them; - allow you to submit your CV, apply for specific jobs or to subscribe to our job alerts so that we can notify you when relevant job vacancies arise; - apply for jobs on your behalf by sending your personal data to clients; - facilitate the recruitment process if a client wishes to progress your application; - fulfil our contractual obligations to our clients; - inform you about any relevant industry developments, events, promotions and competitions, and to communicate any other relevant information; - answer your enquiries or questions; - conduct statistical analysis; - monitor diversity; - comply with our regulatory commitments; - pursue or defend a legal claim; - conduct pre-employment screening; - prevent or detect a crime, where the law requires us to carry out such monitoring; and - provide you with further information which may be of interest to you in regard to the employment market and opportunities. Business contacts (personnel of our prospective clients, clients, prospective suppliers and suppliers): Your business information will be collected and processed by us in order to: - provide recruitment and/or related intermediary services to the company you represent that is a client or a prospective client of ours; - facilitate the recruitment process for the company you represent that is a client or a prospective client of ours; - fulfil our contractual obligations with the company you represent that is a client, a prospective client, a supplier or a prospective supplier of ours; - inform you about any relevant industry developments, events, promotions and competitions, and to communicate any other relevant information which we consider may be of interest to you in regard to the employment market and/or our services; - respond to your enquiries or questions; - conduct statistical analyses or surveys as the contact point of prospective clients and clients; - comply with our regulatory commitments; - pursue or defend a legal claim; and - prevent or detect a crime, where the law requires us to carry out such monitoring.

WHY WE'RE DIFFERENT

WHY WE'RE DIFFERENT - We're specialists: Our consultants are specialists in the fields they recruit for, with strong personal relationships and wide industry networks. That means our candidates can trust our expertise in finding the right role for even the most niche skill sets, and in turn, our clients get the peace of mind that any candidate we put forward will have the right skills for the job. - People before profit: We’re known for our non-commission model, which means that our consultants don’t receive individual sales commissions, instead they’re rewarded on a team profit-share basis. This not only ensures that our clients and candidates come first, but it also promotes a positive working culture where teamwork and collaboration is incentivized. - Integrity is part of our DNA: When you work with us as a candidate, rest assured that we’ll never send your CV to an employer without your permission. Quite simply, we don’t think it’s right. And we’ll never push you to accept a role just to make a fee — we’re with you for the long term, and want you to make the right choice for your career. - Trusted insight from the experts: In addition to our regular research on key recruitment and job market trends, our annual Salary Survey is a crucial decision-making tool for clients and candidates worldwide. Meanwhile, our insights tools enable us to advise and guide our clients’ hiring decisions through deeper, data-driven conversations. - More innovative, more human: We track, test and trial hundreds of new technologies each year to see if they can increase our productivity and give our consultants more time to do what they do best — building human connections and personal relationships. Around the world, our innovations are increasingly helping us streamline candidate searches and become more inclusive, reaching a wider and more diverse talent pool than ever before. - Recognized around the world: Our purpose drives the high quality of service we deliver around the world, and we’re honored to be recognized for our commitment to clients and candidates. Recently, we’ve won awards for Excellence in Wellbeing (UK), Best Consumer Brand (South Korea), Top Graduate Employer (Australia), and have been named as industry leaders in France (Les Echos), Germany (FOCUS Magazine), Switzerland (Statista), Japan (TALiNT) and the Middle East (TALiNT).