1. Infographics UK Ltd. may collect information about you for the purposes of Direct Marketing. Our lawful basis under GDPR Article 6 for processing of such data is (f) 'legitimate interests', and related activities are done in a targeted, proportionate and appropriate manner.
2. As part of our recruitment process, Infographics may seek employment and/or character references and background checks prior to a confirmed offer of employment. We also retain and manage personal data pertaining to staff HR and financial records. Our lawful basis for processing this information is by separate condition, in compliance with Article 10, and your written permission will be sought by way of (a) 'consent' in advance of doing so and/or (b) 'contract', in that you are entering into a contract of employment with us.
In compliance with the principles of Article 5 and 24, the purpose of conducting background/reference checks, and recording associated data, is to manage the risk directly related to staff exposure to confidential/sensitive personal and client data by ensuring – as far as applicable under current law – that our staff are trustworthy, competent individuals, prior to commencing (or continuing) employment with us.
3. Infographics may disclose your personal information as required by law.
4. Infographics uses industry procedures to keep personal data as safe and secure as possible and to protect against loss, unauthorised disclosure or access.
5. Infographics may hold your personal information for the purposes stated above and for as long as is necessary for these purposes.
7. You can request a copy of the details that we hold about you by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org (FAO: The Data Processor, with subject line ‘Personal Data Request under GDPR’).
8. You can opt out of future marketing, communications or specific contact preferences, by emailing email@example.com.
9. If you are not satisfied with the way we gather and manage your personal information, you have the right to complain to the national data protection authority, which in the UK is the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).
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