NewlandRock is a trading entity of BartonRock Limited (company no. 12576331) and is referred to in this Policy as “NewlandRock”).
Our registered office is 14 Clarendon Street, Nottingham, NG1 5HQ, UK.
NewlandRock provides human capital related services. This includes but is not limited to leadership effectiveness, leadership development and assessment, HR/business advisory and executive coaching.
The company gathers personal data to complete its services to clients. Personal information is stored, processed and transferred at various stages of these services both during and sometimes after client engagements are completed.
The purpose of this policy is to confirm how NewlandRock uses your personal data in line with the General Data Protection Regulation that became law in May 2018.
NewlandRock collects Personal Information to provide services to our clients and to operate our business. The type of Personal Information we collect about you depends on the service offering being delivered.
During our services, we may collect Personal Information such as your: name, e-mail address, telephone number, location, first language, CV / Resume aspects (e.g. job title, work history, education) and references.
For assessment a client may request demographic information to be included within the project reporting. For instance, for services relating to diversity and inclusion agendas we may include demographic questions on: gender, race, age or ethnicity.
If necessary, we will ask for information regarding your physical health for accessibility purposes.
Please do not provide us with any Personal Information if you do not agree with this Policy.
We may collect personal data about you directly or from public sources such as LinkedIn or similar sites, company websites and word of mouth referrals and recommendations.
Personal Information about you may also come from our clients to whom we provide Services. These clients may be your employer or an organisation with which you are seeking employment.
If you are not already known to NewlandRock and we collect any of your personal data, we will advise you within 60 days via email.
Sensitive personal data collected requires your explicit consent.
When signing up to a newsletter or similar on our website (www.newlandrock.com) you will need to provide the necessary details asked for.
We require personal data to perform advisory services in line with the quality standards we adhere to. Fulfilling client requests: our contractual obligations with a client, where you may be a current or prospective employee of that client.
We use third parties, who comply with similar undertakings of privacy and confidentiality. They perform outsourced operational functions on our behalf. These organisations include:
We may also be required to release Personal Information to regulatory or law enforcement agencies. We will also disclose information where we are requested to do so by law.
As defined under GDPR, NewlandRock is a data controller. This relates to the way in which we work with our clients and with you.
Where a client has requested we provide a leadership consulting service to them which relates to you, this service will always be commissioned by our client with your knowledge and agreement. This service may be in relation to assessment (for recruitment or development), coaching, workshops, psychometrics or other leadership consulting services.
At the beginning of our engagement, we will ask for basic information like contact details. During an assessment process you will be asked, verbally, to share personal and career history. We will also ask you to complete psychometric profiling tests.
Your assessment report will make recommendations to our client about your potential and/or development profile. Your psychometric profiling data will form part of an overall assessment by the consultant. This assessment report is developed individually by the consultant and is not automated. This report may be included to your coaching schedule and shares with the selected coach as discovery information to ensure a relevant coaching contract is created.
Whenever your record appears in an analysis from our benchmarking database, this will be in aggregated and anonymised form, and you will not be identifiable by the recipient of such an analysis.
We will only keep your personal data for as long as we need to fulfil our client obligations or our legal requirements.
The basis for holding your personal data is determined by NewlandRock’s contractual obligations and where there is a legitimate business interest. We will also hold the data when you have provided us with your consent to do so, either directly or through the client we serve. If you withdraw consent and request to be removed then this will be completed immediately.
We will only share your personal data with clients who have a working relationship with NewlandRock. Our international client base includes, but is not limited to: retail, consumer, technology, financial services, insurance, pharmaceutical and biotech.
By law you have certain rights available to you regarding your personal data. Further information is available from your country’s data regulator.
You may request information about the personal data we hold. Subject access requests should be sent to email@example.com Handling of these requests will be free of charge but we may charge a reasonable fee if we receive repeated or excessive requests or further copies of the same information. We will respond within 14 days of submitting the request.
We will keep this policy updated in response to changes in data privacy law.
If you are unhappy with how we have handled your personal data or have further questions on the processing of your personal data please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, visit the Newland Rock contact page for more information