Privacy Policy

Cookies & Privacy

This website employs cookies, which we use to distinguish between different visitors for a narrow range of purposes. Cookies are small alphanumerical files, stored on your local device, that allow us to better understand who, and how often, is viewing our content, and how they are engaging with it. By continuing to browse this website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies for the following non-exclusive purposes:

  • Traffic monitoring
  • Website performance and demographical analysis
  • Essential use cases, such as mailing list sign-up forms

Except for essential cookies, all cookies are set to expire after two years.  You have the right to ask us to either delete any information we hold about you, or to access it yourself in line with the provisions of the UK Companies Act 2006, and new incoming General Data Protection Regulations.  We may charge a small fee to cover our administrative expenses in these situations.

To reject cookies completely, you may activate settings in your browser (or use an incognito mode where one exists) that reject cookies by default.  Please be aware, however, that some essential website functionality may cease to operate when cookies are rejected.

We take our visitor’s privacy seriously, and none of the information gleaned from any of the above cookies (or any other methods of data collection, explicit or otherwise) will be shared outside Saltash Enterprises Limited, for any reason.

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Saltash Enterprises is a limited company, registered in the United Kingdom under the number 1977118.

Management of Personal Information

Data Protection legislation regulates the way in which certain data about our employees and contractors, both in paper and electronic form, is held and used. The following will provide some useful information in terms of the type of data that the Company keeps about its employees and contractors and the purposes for which this is kept.

Throughout employment and for as long as is necessary after the termination of employment, the Company will need to process data about you for purposes connected with your employment, including your recruitment and termination of your employment. Processing includes the collection, storage, retrieval, alteration, disclosure or destruction of data.

  • any references obtained during recruitment
  • details of terms of employment
  • payroll details
  • tax and national insurance information
  • details of job duties
  • details of health and sickness absence records
  • details of holiday records
  • information about performance
  • details of any disciplinary investigations and proceedings
  • training records
  • contact names and addresses
  • correspondence with the Company and other information that you have given the Company

The Company believes that those records used are consistent with the employment relationship between the Company and yourself and with the data protection principles. The data the Company holds will be for management and administrative use only but the Company may, from time to time, need to disclose some data it holds about you to relevant third parties (e.g. where legally obliged to do so by HM Revenue & Customs or where requested to do so by yourself for the purpose of giving a reference).

In some cases the Company may hold sensitive data, as defined by the legislation, about you. For example, this could be information about health, racial or ethnic origin, criminal convictions, trade union membership or religious beliefs. This information may be processed not only to meet the Company’s legal responsibilities but, for example, for purposes of personnel management and administration, suitability for employment and to comply with equal opportunity legislation. Since this information is considered sensitive, the processing of which may cause concern or distress, you will be asked to give express consent for this information to be processed, unless the Company has a specific legal requirement to process such data.

You may, within a period of forty days of your written request or, where applicable, a period of forty days from the payment of the fee, inspect and/or have a copy, subject to the requirements of the legislation, of information in your own personnel file and/or other specified personal data and, if necessary, require corrections should such records be faulty. If you wish to do so you must make a written request to your line Manager. An administration fee of £10 may be required by the Company.

The Company is entitled to change all of the above provisions at any time at its discretion.

Contact our head office and talk to one of our friendly, experienced team