Privacy

Confidentiality

The development of and maintenance of trust in our working relationships is very important to us. Confidentiality is part of that as we summarise below.

E-Mail Addresses and Your Contact Details

To respond to the points raised by your e-mail or to provide services to you we may pass your e-mail address to a colleague working for us or with us.

If you provide your e-mail address (or a colleague's) to us, we do not pass your address, or that of others, on to third parties except as above or if required by law.

Please note that we do use cookies to make your use of this web site easier. Our policy on cookies in shown opposite.

 
Sharing of Articles and Copyright

Articles may be shared with others provided that:

i) Articles are not shared or reproduced for competitive, commercial purposes;
ii) Acknowledgement of the source appears prominently with the shared article e.g.

Source © 2016 HR Management Dimensions

The above is without prejudice to the assertion by individual authors to be identified as the author of their individual work(s) and by HR Management Dimensions Ltd. of the entire blog in accordance with the Copyright & Design and Patents Act 1968 as amended. This includes the logo(s), artwork and sequencing and/or revision of articles. To avoid doubt, unless otherwise stated, text, logos and artwork are copyright of J.C Harrington.

The above freedom does not extend to using photographs, logos or artwork or text for creating other work(s). Images such as photographs are copyright of the copyright holders and remain the copyright of those persons and/or organisations.

Our Use of Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of information that is placed on your computer or smartphone when you visit certain websites. This helps to improve your experience by tailoring the content of our website to your personal requirements.

We do not gather information that reveals your personal identity; only anonymous information is collected. An exception is when you decide to provide personal details such as your e-mail address for correspondence purposes.

When you visit our website or click on a link to other pages on our site, we may use cookies to track your interaction and collect statistics on what pages you visit on our site. Cookies are used by many web sites. We may also use cookies when asking you to respond to a survey or poll or similar information; inviting you to e-mail us or complete a contact form. In those examples, you will be able to decide whether or not to participate and, if you do, then your consent to the use of those cookies will be assumed. We do not use cookies to track your interaction with any websites provided by any other party.

For further information about cookies or how to disable them, please visit www.aboutcookies.org. That site is operated by a firm of solicitors to help web site owners and consumers understand cookies and how to control or delete them. Please note that if you delete cookies or disable future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of our site but that should be minimal as we do not use cookies extensively.