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ABOUT THESE GUIDELINES
The guidelines are intended to ensure that Weavr processes personal data in the form of candidate and employment records in accordance with the personal data protection principles, in particular that:
The Data Protection Officer (DPO) is responsible for overseeing these guidelines. Any questions about the operation of the guidelines should be submitted to the DPO.
LOCATION OF EMPLOYMENT RECORDS
Weavr’s HR department holds employment records and can be contacted with any enquiries relating to your personal data.
KEEPING INFORMATION UP TO DATE
Weavr needs to ensure that your personal details are up to date and accurate.
When you apply for a job with Weavr we record the following personal data (if you provide it with your application):
In the event that you are employed at Weavr we record the following data in addition to the above:
In the event that any of these change whilst employed with Weavr, you should update them on the HRIS platform. You will be invited to review and update personal information on a regular basis.
GENERAL PRINCIPLES ON RETENTION AND ERASURE
Weavr’s approach to retaining candidate and employment records is to ensure that it complies with the data protection principles referred to in these guidelines and, in particular, to ensure that:
RETENTION AND ERASURE OF RECRUITMENT DOCUMENTS
Weavr retains personal information following recruitment exercises to demonstrate, if required, that candidates have not been discriminated against on prohibited grounds and that recruitment exercises are conducted in a fair and transparent way.
Weavr’s candidate privacy notice advises candidates how long we expect to keep their personal information for, once a recruitment decision has been communicated to them. This is likely to be for six months from the communication of the outcome of the recruitment exercise which takes account of both the time limit to bring claims and for claims to be received by Weavr.
Information relating to successful candidates will be transferred to their employment record with Weavr. This will be limited to that information necessary for the working relationship and, where applicable, that required by law.
Following a recruitment exercise information, in both paper and electronic form, will be held by the HR department. Destruction of that information will take place in accordance with these guidelines.
RETENTION AND ERASURE OF EMPLOYMENT RECORDS
Weavr has regarded recommended retention periods for particular employment records set out in legislation, referred to in the table below. However, it also has regard to legal risk and may keep records for up to seven years (and in some instances longer) after your employment or work with us has ended.
Type of employment record
These may include:
Completed online application forms or CVs.
Equal opportunities monitoring forms.
Assessment exercises or tests.
Notes from interviews and short-listing exercises.
Pre-employment verification of details provided by the successful candidate. For example, checking qualifications and taking up references. (These may be transferred to a successful candidate's employment file.)
Criminal records checks. (These may be transferred to a successful candidate's employment file if they are relevant to the ongoing relationship.)
Six months after notifying candidates of the outcome of the recruitment exercise.
Three years after the termination of employment.
Written particulars of employment.
Contracts of employment or other contracts.
Documented changes to terms and conditions.
While employment continues and for seven years after the contract ends.
Collective workforce agreements and past agreements that could affect present employees.
Any copy of a relevant collective agreement retained on an employee's record will remain while employment continues and for seven years after employment ends.
Payroll and wage records
Details on overtime.
Benefits in kind.
These must be kept for at least three years after the end of the tax year to which they relate. However, given their potential relevance to pay disputes they will be retained for seven years after employment ends.
Current bank details
Bank details will be deleted as soon after the end of employment as possible once final payments have been made
Payroll and wage records for companies
These must be kept for six years from the financial year-end in which payments were made. However, given their potential relevance to pay disputes they will be retained for seven years after employment ends.
Payroll and wage records for unincorporated businesses
These must be kept for five years after 31 January following the year of assessment. However, given their potential relevance to pay disputes they will be retained for seven years after employment ends.
Records in relation to hours worked and payments made to workers
These must be kept for three years beginning with the day on which the pay reference period immediately following that to which they relate ends. However, given their potential relevance to pay disputes they will be retained for seven years after the working relationship ends.
Travel and subsistence.
While employment continues and for seven years after employment ends.
Record of advances for season tickets and loans to employees
Consents for the processing of special categories of personal data.
Annual leave records.
Annual assessment reports.
Death benefit nomination and revocation forms.
Resignation, termination and retirement.
Records in connection with working time
Working time opt-out
Three years from the date on which they were entered into.
Records to show compliance, including:
Time sheets for opted-out workers.
Health assessment records for night workers.
Three years after the relevant period.
Dates of maternity leave.
Period without maternity payment.
Maternity certificates showing the expected week of confinement.
Four years after the end of the tax year in which the maternity pay period ends.
These are created regarding any reportable accident, death or injury in connection with work.
For at least four years from the date the report was made.
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