Privacy policy

Frank Manner is compliant to the laws and regulations of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We will protect the personal data and the privacy of our clients and candidates. This privacy policy will explain what data we collect and why, how we use and protect it, how we store it and your rights. By providing Frank Manner with your data you agree to the processing as explained below.

Key principles

Our principles are based on the respect and integrity of the individual. In line with the GDPR policy, Frank Manner does not collect any needless information from our candidates or clients. GDPR states the data protection principles, and we are compliant to them by being transparent, lawful and fair. The processing of data ensures security and integrity of the individual, and we will inform you of the purpose when we collect it. We keep the data accurate, up to date and no longer than necessary.

What data we collect and why

Frank Manner collects personal data for specific and legitimate purposes which shall always be relevant, correct and necessary. The data is collected either by conversation or written through documents and files. As a candidate and with your consent, we collect personal information such as employment history, skills and preferences which are essential for us to do our job.

How we use your data

The personal data we collect is necessary and used with legitimate interest and not for other purposes than specified. We will share candidate’s personal data with relevant clients or if required by a statutory obligation.

How we protect your data and how we store it

We securely store data in our applicant tracking system and our customer relationship management system which are located in the EU. Only authorized staff will have access to personal data. Sensitive data is stored with limited access and we will keep your data only for as long as it is relevant.

Data protection rights

Your rights according to the GDPR are:

• The right to be informed
• The right of access
• The right to rectification
• The right to erasure
• The right to restrict processing
• The right to data portability
• The right to object
• Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling


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Please contact us if you have questions about the privacy policy or the personal data we have collected from you. If you would like to exercise any of the data protection rights, contact our Data Privacy Officer at:

Established and valid from: 2021-02-01