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Privacy Policy

Travail Employment Group provides work finding services for job seekers, and for companies that want to hire them. To do so, we often have to process sensitive and personal data. Such data is normally supplied via your CV, application form and/or any other documentation provided by you, to verify your I.D., Right to Work in the UK, NI Number etc.

Work finding services

Work finding services includes the marketing of your skills, experience and availability to prospect employers and/or hirers looking to recruit. We also provide details of their work opportunities to you when facilitating your interview(s) or engagement(s) in work.

Our reasons for processing your data

We will always ask you for your consent to process your data, to be transparent. We may also have a legitimate interest, a contractual obligation, or be legally bound to process it. We only use your data in connection with work finding services, and will not share it with a third party for any other purpose.

Your consent

If you approach us or we find your CV on a jobs board, we assume you are searching for work finding services. We will ask you for your consent to process your data, but if you do not provide this within 30 days, we will dispose of your data securely. We ask for your consent via email, or in writing. We cannot provide all work finding services to you, without your consent, and you do have the right to withdraw your consent any time. If your data is accessible publicly, e.g. via a jobs board and we discover it, or you otherwise come to our attention as a potential applicant (e.g. you are recommended by a third party) we will (re)approach you for consent.

Third party service providers

We work with selected service providers such as pre-employment vetting services (e.g. occupational health professionals, or bodies providing criminal record and barring checks); payroll software service providers; hardware and IT infrastructure specialists; HMRC and other governmental departments so that we can deliver work finding services to you. We always strive to ensure your data is secure, and that all of our service providers maintain appropriate data privacy and security standards.

Holding on to your data

We will process and store your personal data for the time necessary to achieve the purposes described in this privacy notice, taking into account our legal obligations, and as required to meet our business and compliance obligations, e.g. to comply with our tax and accounting obligations. We determine the data storage time by taking into account; the necessity to keep it in order to provide work finding services; in order to safeguard a legitimate interest as the Data Controller; and our specific legal obligations.


We may need to apply for reference checks on you, and we will always seek your consent to do so. We usually request references in confidence, and our policy is to maintain such confidentiality.

Visitors to our website are anonymous to us unless they make an enquiry or apply for work via the website. Our website provider may collect data from its systems for research and statistical analysis purposes. This is collected in order to improve our website's features including overall effectiveness, functionality and ease of access for future users. None of this data includes personally identifiable information.

Your rights:

You have the right to be informed about the data that the Company processes on your behalf, as well as the right to access it, rectify any errors, and restrict and/or object to any automatic decision making or profiling regarding the processing of such data. You are able to withdraw consent at any time, and in certain circumstances, you have the right to have your data erased or moved elsewhere. Withdrawing your consent will limit the work finding services we can deliver to you.

Exercising your rights, or if you have a question or complaint

You can write to us or send an email with your requirements, providing your name and the Branch where you are registered. In the first instance, please contact the relevant Branch Manager. Alternatively, you can write to Support Services, Travail Employment Group, Corporate Centre, 24 Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2DP or email Please include your daytime phone number so we can contact you if necessary.

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