This policy explains what you can expect from me and what I need from you in relation to your personal data. Please read this carefully as this policy is legally binding when you use my services.
During the writing of a speech, I use your data. At the end of the process, I keep a copy of your speech and a record of your payment and email correspondence.
I hold your data to help us run the business, to provide proof of the contract I have set up with you and to enable you to be paid and to enable you to pay me.
If you wish your personal data to be removed from my system, either electronic or paper, please contact Brian Jenner by email firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone or using our postal address.
I process personal data relating to those we employ or hire as associates, for employment purposes, to assist in the running of the business and/or to enable people to be paid.
The personal data I process may include, but may not be limited to, the following: data relating to your identity (including name, data of birth, gender, photographs, passport, National Insurance Number, immigration status, marital status, dependents); contact details (business and home address, telephone numbers, email addresses, emergency contact details); background information (CV, previous experience, qualifications and certifications, criminal records check (for vetting purposes, where permissible and in accordance with applicable law); financial information (bank details, tax information, salary, benefits, expenses); and IT information – information related to your access to our systems (login details, IP addresses, log files, access/times/durations of use, location).
Collecting this information will benefit me by: improving the management of data across the business; enabling development of a comprehensive picture of who works with me;
informing the development of any recruitment and retention policies; allowing better financial modelling and planning; ensuring compliance with our policies and procedures and our legal
obligations; and enabling monitoring of selected protected characteristics.
If you feel that we have not addressed your questions or concerns adequately, you may make a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office in the United Kingdom. You may see their contact details via the ICO website.