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Privacy Statement for The FIMS Consultancy


The FIMS Consultancy, as part of its commitment to privacy and data protection, outlines in this document how we handle and protect the personal data of job seekers who register with us. Our practices are designed to ensure transparency, accountability, and the safeguarding of your privacy rights.


Collection of Personal Data

Information You Provide: Upon registering with The FIMS Consultancy, we collect personal data essential for providing you with our recruitment services. This includes your name, contact details, work history, employment preferences, and any other information typically found on a CV, such as educational background and skills. If directly engaged, additional details necessary for employment arrangements, such as bank details and eligibility to work, may be requested.


Sensitive Personal Data: In specific instances, we may collect sensitive personal data related to health or criminal records to comply with legal obligations or ensure employment rights.


Device Information: Interaction with our website or emails allows us to collect data like your IP address to improve your user experience.


Third-Party Sources: We may receive information about you from clients, former employers, legal and credit check agencies, and publicly available sources to better assist you in job placement.



Use of Your Personal Data


Your personal data is utilised to provide recruitment services, manage your account, inform you of job opportunities, and for administrative purposes if you become a temporary worker. We may also process your data for equality and diversity monitoring, with your consent.


Sharing Your Personal Data

We share your data within the The FIMS Consultancy Group and with prospective employers as necessary for the recruitment process. Third-party service providers assisting us with operational tasks may also access your data under strict confidentiality agreements. Any transfer of data outside the European Economic Area will be protected by appropriate safeguards.


Data Retention

We retain your personal data as long as necessary for the purpose it was collected, considering legal, regulatory, and business requirements. You have the control to request the deletion of your data unless legally obliged to retain it.


Marketing and Data Transfers

With your consent, we may use your data for marketing or share it with. You can withdraw consent at any time. Data may be transferred internationally, with adequate protections in place, to provide you services outside the EEA.


Your Rights

You have the right to access, correct, or delete your personal data, and to object to or restrict processing. Requests can be made to our contact details below.


Cookies and Online Tracking

We use cookies to enhance your online experience and may employ third-party advertising based on your website interaction. You have options to manage cookie preferences.


Updates to Our Privacy Statement

This Privacy Statement is subject to periodic review and updates. The current version is dated [20th March 2024].


Contact Us

For inquiries or concerns regarding your personal data, please contact:

- Email:

- Postal Address: 74 Hillcrest, Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 0LJ


You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant data protection authority.

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