Privacy Policy

Kerris Crook HR Consultancy commits to protecting the privacy of its clients and visitors.

Collection and use of Information

Personal information is collected from users who use the online form, contact me via email, or subscribe to my newsletters. Anybody can opt-out of receiving any emails at any time.

When Kerris Crook HR Consultancy is acting on behalf of a client in a recruitment capacity, personal details will be collected on CVs and other candidate documents. This information will be shared with my client in line with the recruitment process.

Information is collected so that I can carry out services that have been requested, send invoices for my work, and keep records including those required for HMRC.

The information collected might include names, email addresses, organisation name and address, and phone numbers.

This information will be held securely and in accordance with relevant Data Protection legislation. You can ask to see any of the information that I hold on you at any time.

I will not pass any information to any third party unless permission has been provided, or it is legally required.

Other websites

Any links to other websites do not imply any validation and Kerris Crook HR Consultancy is not responsible for the privacy policies or content of these websites.

Use of Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer’s hard drive to help the site provide a better user experience, including the following:

Wix cookies ensure the site operates correctly;

Google Analytics cookies provide statistics on website usage to help me to improve the website.

I do not use third party or advertising cookies.

Your Rights

Please contact me if you believe that the information that I hold on you is incorrect. You can ask to see the information and have it corrected or deleted. You can also contact me if you have a complaint about how I have handled your data.

I can be emailed at

If you are not satisfied about how I have processed your personal data then you have the right to take your concern to the Information Commissioner’s Office:

Reviewed June 2020