Last updated November 2018
Hairandbeautyjobs.com is a job board that seeks to assist job seekers in the pursuance of employment and employers / recruiters to source suitable candidates for their vacant positions. At Hairandbeautyjobs.com a users privacy is important to us and we will do all we can to ensure all personal information obtained will be used in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came into force 25 May 2018.
1. Employers and Recruiters
2.1 Your responsibilities to a candidate’s personal information
In the capacity of data processor, Hairandbeautyjobs.com fully abides by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and has received consent from each of the candidates on our database to have their personally identifiable information made available to employers and recruiters for recruitment purposes.
Providing you only make contact with a candidate about an actual job opening you may therefore have access to a candidate’s personal information if:
They apply to one of your job adverts - As part of the job application you’ll receive their profile and if uploaded their CV with all the personal information contained therein
You come across their profile + CV on our CV database
It is important for you to realise that in processing the candidate’s data you as the recruiter and employer are acting as a data controller and need also to abide by the GDPR. Hairandbeautyjobs.com will therefore share candidates personal data with you on the basis that you agree to fully abide by the following rules:
You may only contact a candidate for the purpose of filling a specific job vacancy. For anything beyond this you need to obtain your own GDPR compliant consent from the candidate in order that you may process their information
You only ask a candidate for information that is necessary and relevant for the performance of the job role you are recruiting for
You do not share the candidate’s personal information with a third party without the candidate’s express consent
You only store the candidate’s details on your ATS (applicant tracking system) or CV database with their express consent
You have checked that any 3rd party ATS you use is fully compliant with GDPR
You only keep the candidate’s data for as long as is necessary
If you plan to gather more information about a candidate (i.e. screen their social media profile) as part of your screening process then you need to explain that explicitly and detail how and why
If you cannot abide by each of these requirements then please do not use our services.
(1.2) Recruiter's / Employer’s Data
All Recruiter / Employer related data (Recruiter / Employer details, user accounts, job adverts, payment transactions) is stored on our system until manually deleted. If you’d like your account deleted please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where job adverts are posted with a credit card, a secure payment gateway is used to process your payment. HBJ does not store credit card details, but does record payment date and amount paid by the advertiser.
(1.3) Direct Marketing Services from Hairandbeautyjobs.com
As a direct employer or recruiter you may be interested in receiving details of our seasonal recruitment advertising offers, recruitment services and tips for recruiting candidates and/or relevant services we think you may be interested in from 3rd parties.
During registration for your employer account you will have the option to consent to receiving these marketing services by email. You may change your mailing preference at any time from within the email notifications area of your account. We also provide the option to unsubscribe on each of our mailings.
What are cookies?
We’ve listed below the purpose of cookies on our site and how they aid the proper functioning of our site
(2.1.1) Proper function of our site
Certain cookies that we use are essential to facilitating certain website features and the proper functioning of our site such as conducting a job search if you are a candidate.
(2.1.2) Storing your preferences
(2.1.3) Statistical Information
(2.1.4) Measuring website usage / Google analytics
(2.1.5) Enabling a better experience
(2.1.6) Tracking advertising effectiveness
(3.2) How to manage your cookies
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