GR Law Ltd is committed to ensuring your privacy. We understand that privacy in the recruitment process is vital.
The Data Protection Act 1998
All information provided by you to us in the process of your job search, is termed 'personal data' for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998. GR Law Ltd adheres to the principles of the Act when processing your personal data. Your personal data is stored on our in-house database. This database can be accessed by all offices in the GR Law Ltd, which includes offices in the UK and Australia. For the purposes of the Act, each office is deemed a 'data controller'.
What information do we collect and why?
When you register with us using our website registration form, or by sending us an email, we receive and store your information. Your name and email address is used only to communicate with you in accordance with the policy. We will not use or disclose your personal information given to us for communication with you for any other purpose.
Where and how is your information stored?
The personal information collected is received as an email and is then stored electronically on our database. It may also be printed and stored in our filing system. Personal information is stored at each of our main offices in the UK and Australia.
How do we use this information and to whom is it disclosed?
We use the information you send us to place you in suitable employment. Disclosures to third parties occur only with your approval. When you give us approval, your information may be disclosed to nominated prospective employers.
We do not rent or sell your e-mail addresses to third parties for unsolicited e-mail communications. Where you have submitted your email address, we may occasionally send e-mail communications to you to provide information that we think you would find useful and interesting, including information about new services, jobs or developments.
Our emails contain instructions on how to unsubscribe should you wish not to receive any further email communication.