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The aim of our privacy and personal data notice is to tell you what ‘personal data’ is, and how we work with it at ij. Personal data is information that can be uniquely identified as relating to you, for example your name or phone number. You can see a table of the data types we store depending on your relationship with ij, and the answers to all the below questions here.

  • What data do we have?
  • Why do we have it?
  • How long do we keep it for?
  • Where do we keep it?
  • Who do we share it with?

We store your personal data in a few key places. The main one is Colin, our internal workflow system, which is safely stored on the Microsoft Azure Cloud. We also store data on our accounting system and with our bank. It’s important to us to allow you to control your personal data and protect your privacy. Only you should be able to do this, so we may need to identify you in order to be sure you are you. We will respond within 30 days unless your request is very complex.

Get ACCESS to your data

If you want to see the data we have from you, and how we use it, then email us [email protected] Please specify in your email your preference for either a PDF or csv format so you can then take your data and make use of it or SHARE it elsewhere.

CORRECT your data

If you believe the data we hold about you is incorrect, then we can correct it. Please email us [email protected]

DELETE your data

If you would like us to delete all your personal data then please email us [email protected]

CHANGE how we use your data

If you want to change how ij uses your data, for example you want to remove your CV from our talent pools, then email us at [email protected]  Or if you want to change your preferences go to,

COMPLAIN about how we handle your data

If you wish to complain about how we have handled your personal data, you can contact us so that we can investigate the matter further. Please email us m[email protected] 

If you are not satisfied with our response or believe we are not processing your personal data in accordance with the law, you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) by clicking on the link below and completing the incident report form.

Alternatively, you can visit and select one of the options on how to complain.

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