Staff Privacy Policy

Human Resources Privacy Statement

We hold a certain amount of data as a contract with You including Your name, address, national insurance number, bank details, date of birth, next of kin, identification (passport, driving licence, other, including for use for evidence of right to work in UK), phone number, and any supplementary data that we are legally obliged to process, e.g. (attachment of earnings.)

We may process this information to provide payroll, time and attendance monitoring, travel and subsistence, staff training and issuing of work safety permits. We may process Your personal data with third parties for these purposes.

Under the terms and conditions of Our commercial services obligations We process Your CV and any other documents which are relevant to Your employment – this may include details processed through occupational health questionnaires, risk assessments and incident records.

In specific cases We may process Your personal data relating to various employment policies that may become appropriate to Your specific employment circumstances. A full list of Our policies can be found in Your employee handbook.

We process all data in the UK but where We need to disclose data to parties outside the European Economic Area (EEA) We will take reasonable steps to ensure the privacy of Your data. In order to protect Our legal position, We will retain Your data for a minimum of 6 years. We have a Data Protection regime in place to oversee the effective and secure processing of Your data. Under GDPR legislation, You can ask Us for a copy of the data We hold, have it corrected, sent to a third party or deleted (subject to Our need to hold data for legal reasons). If You wish to complain about how We have handled Your data, You can contact Us and We will investigate the matter.

You must request a Data Subject Access Request Form from us to exercise Your Rights through us. We will respond within 30 days of receipt of your request. You must contact us by either writing, emailing or phoning the GDPR Manager GDPR, SMC Premier Limited, 117-119A Stockport Road, Stockport SK3 0JE, data@smcpremier.co.uk, 0161 282 6444.

If You wish to complain about how We have handled Your data, You can contact Us and We will investigate the matter. If You are not satisfied with Our response or believe We are processing Your data incorrectly You can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF Tel: 0303 123 1113.