Blu Global Recruitment
Blu Global Recruitment
Tel: 01902 454 280
Email: info@blu-global.com

Blu Global is one of Europe’s leading placement and training companies, offering a complete and comprehensive placement Service.

 

Legal Information

Blu Global commitment to complying with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

 

As from 25th May 2018, Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, replacing the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive.

Blu Global is committed to complying with the GDPR across all of the recruitment services that we provide in the European Union. We’ve always worked hard to demonstrate that our services are secure and meet the standards of applicable data protection rules. During each interview with all our applicants, we offer transparency of how and why we use their personal data, giving them controls to manage their privacy through giving clear consent directly to our Recruitment Consultants and through online consent form.

Blu Global UK Ltd is committed to protecting the rights of individuals, companies and organisations. Below we have outlined how we use, access and protect our candidates data, highlighting their rights.

At the same time we confirm that personal data of each and every candidate who has applied for any of our vacancies shall be used solely for:

-              The maintenance of suitable Applicant Records

-              To process recruitment applications

-              The adequate compliance with legal obligations.

 

Right of Access


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to allow the Applicant to access all the personal and sensitive data held and processed by Blu Global

Right of Rectification


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to allow the Applicant to request modification all the personal and sensitive data held and processed by Blu Global

Right to Erasure (‘right to be forgotten’)


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to allow the Applicant to request to remove all the personal and sensitive data held and processed by Blu Global

Right to restriction of processing


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to allow the Applicant to request to withdraw from a particular vacancy, however, retain all personal and sensitive data for future vacancies

Right of data portability


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to allow the Applicant to request a copy of personal and sensitive data held and processed by Blu Global

Right to object


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to allow the Applicant to request to withdrawal from future vacancies and the removal of all personal and sensitive data held and processed by Blu Global

Data retention


Blu Global UK Ltd binds itself to retain the application on file until the position is closed or Applicant is considered processed (hired or rejected). At such time the Applicant shall be contacted to opt-in for future processing.

 

All Data Protection enquiries/complaints should be sent to the following email address: dataprotection@blu-global.com  

We are currently updating contractual commitments that meet GDPR requirements for our customers and partners.  And we will continue to evolve our privacy protections and practices to meet the GDPR’s requirements in order to keep our candidate's personal data safe and secured.

Blu Global UK Ltd is a company registered under the England and Wales Company Registration Number 09299346, having its registered address at The Boot Factory, Suite No4, Cleveland Rd. WV2 1BH Wolverhampton and registered in the Information Commissioner’s Office under the Data Protection  Registration Number ZA297020.

 

Working Abroad

There has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals* in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a result of the referendum.

The decision about when to trigger Article 50 and start the formal process of leaving the EU will be for the new Prime Minister. The UK remains a member of the EU throughout this process, and until Article 50 negotiations have concluded.

When we do leave the EU, we fully expect that the legal status of EU nationals living in the UK, and that of UK nationals in EU member states, will be properly protected.

The government recognises and values the important contribution made by EU and other non-UK citizens who work, study and live in the UK.

I have lived in the UK for more than 5 years. What does the vote to leave the EU mean for me?

  • EU nationals who have lived continuously and lawfully in the UK for at least 5 years automatically have a permanent right to reside. This means that they have a right to live in the UK permanently, in accordance with EU law. There is no requirement to register for documentation to confirm this status.
  • EU nationals who have lived continuously and lawfully in the UK for at least 6 years are eligible to apply for British citizenship if they would like to do so. The eligibility requirements can be found here.

 What if I have lived in the UK for less than 5 years?

  • EU nationals continue to have a right to reside in the UK in accordance with EU law. EU nationals do not need to register for any documentation in order to enjoy their free movement rights and responsibilities. For those that decide to apply for a registration certificate, there has been no change to government policy or processes. Applications will continue to be processed as usual.
  • Non-EU family members of EU nationals must continue to apply for a family permit if they wish to enter the UK under EU law, and they do not have a residence card issued by a member state. There has been no change to government policy or processes, and applications will continue to be processed as usual.
  • Extended family members of EU nationals must continue to apply for a registration certificate (if they are an EU national) or residence card (if they are a non-EU national) if they wish to reside in the UK. There has been no change to government policy or processes, and applications will continue to be processed as usual.
  • Irish nationals enjoy separate rights, under various pieces of legislation, which allow Irish nationals residing in the UK to be treated in the same way as British nationals in most circumstances. There is no change to this position.
  • Croatian nationals might continue to need to apply for a registration certificate to be allowed to work in the UK under the transitional arrangements that were put in place when Croatia joined the EU in 2013. The type of registration certificate that they might need will depend on whether they need permission to work in the UK, and what they will be doing. There has been no change to government policy or processes, and applications will continue to be processed as usual.

 Does the government plan to remove EU nationals from the UK?

There has been no change to the right of EU nationals to reside in the UK and therefore no change to the circumstances in which someone could be removed from the UK.

As was the case before the referendum, EU nationals can only be removed from the UK if they are considered to pose a genuine, present and sufficiently serious threat to the public, if they are not lawfully resident or are abusing their free movement rights.

For more information visit the UK Visas and Immigration page.

*All references to EU nationals on this page also cover European Economic Area and Swiss nationals.

Contact Us

Blu Global Recruitment
The Boot Factory
Cleveland Road
Wolverhampton
WV2 1BH


Tel: 01902 454 280
Email: info@blu-global.com

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