Honor Search Limited strives for good practice regarding data privacy and protection for users of our website. This policy aims to provide complete transparency as to the types of data we collect and how the data is therefore used.


What information is stored?

When using our website, we may collect information such as your IP address, the browser you used, timestamp, traffic data and location data. To ensure we are complying with GDPR legislation, this information is stored on our internal database to record marketing and/or contact preferences. The above information is only stored internally when you apply to a role via our website or contact us through one of our contact forms found on this website. 

Please note that by carrying out any of the actions listed above you acknowledge that we will keep a record of this information. This may, in the future, also be used for marketing or analysis purposes.


What type of data do we collect?

We may ask for any of the following data, please note the following is not always relevant or limited to; full name, contact details (email address, contact numbers) job title, salary, salary required, address, employment history, education history and qualifications, limited company details- registered address, VAT and registered company number, marketing information, IP address, browser, timestamp, traffic data, location data, company name and address, company size, VAT number, credit check and/or rating, staffing type required, hiring processes/ plans, information regarding staff -full name, contact numbers, email addresses.


What we do with the data

We use your data to provide a tailored service to fit your needs, whether you are a candidate or client. We also use your data to manage your preferences on marketing and content.

We may contact you regarding our services, new content or new roles that are suitable to you or to inform you of amendments to our privacy policy.

You may change your preferences at any time by emailing 


How long do we keep your data for?

We will keep your data for as long as it meets business needs. We strive for a ‘clean’ database with up to date and accurate information. If we have not interacted with you for over 2 years we will remove your data from our database. However, should information be required to be kept for legal purposes i.e. placement or invoicing information this will be retained for as long as it is relevant.


What does the law say about this?

We are legally allowed to carry out all the above under legitimate interest purposes, providing this adheres to your preferences. We also seek consent from all our candidates to store and share their information with possible employers. We have created an internal procedure to ensure consent is gained each time your CV or personal data is shared with possible employers.


What are your rights?

You may contact us at anytime to for any of the following:

  • Data Request- request the personal data we have stored.
  • Erasure/to be forgotten- request to be forgotten or to be removed from the database.
  • Amending incorrect information- request to update your details.
  • Request further information regarding data flow internally/ externally.

You are within your rights to request any of the above at any point and we aim to adhere to your request within reasonable business means (typically 2 weeks.)

Should you believe we have not met or adhered to the above policy or are not following guidelines set by GDPR legislation or Data Privacy Policy regulations you may process a complaint with the ICO governing body using the link below.


Policy last reviewed: 24th May 2018