Last Updated: May 2018
If anything is unclear, or if you have any questions relating to how People Insight protects your personal information, please contact our Privacy Manager, whose contact details are included below.
We also communicate our privacy and data protection guidelines to People Insight employees and strictly enforce privacy safeguards within the company. This includes training and awareness on data protection topics and confidentiality agreements with employees. We review data privacy governance measures regularly.
In order to allow us to invite you to participate in a survey your organisation may have provided us with your name and contact email address. They may also have provided details such as job title, length of service, gender, your organisational unit, your line manager and your location.
We may ask you to provide some personal data via the survey itself. For example, you may be asked for your name, job title, length of service, gender, your organisational unit, your line manager and your location. You may also be asked to provide information on protected characteristics to allow your organisation to check that it is conforming to equal opportunities legislation.
The survey will collect your views by asking you to respond to statements and questions via a mix of tick boxes and open text.
In conducting a survey we do not collect personal information from any source other than your organisation (the Data Controller) and yourself.
The information we collect and hold is used only for the purposes of the survey contract we have with your organisation to allow your views to be captured and reported upon. Our contract ensures that we will not report your views in any way that allows you to be personally identified by your organisation. Protecting your anonymity is an important part of our service.
Your personal data is only used to allow us to ensure your personal views are analysed and aggregated properly to allow accurate reporting.
Where a survey asks for comments and suggestions your responses will be repeated verbatim in any report. Therefore, when providing comments you should consider whether you might be identified by your comments and if so, whether you wish to be.
The results of your organisation’s survey may be compared and contrasted with the results of surveys conducted by other organisations using People Insight services. This analysis is known as ‘benchmarking.’
If your organisation uses this service its results will be included in the benchmark group. Your individual personal information will not be included in the benchmark group and your organisation’s survey results will be anonymous within the benchmark group.
The benchmark results will not disclose the identity of your organisation.
We will not use your personal data for any purpose except to invite you to participate in a survey, support your participation in the survey and provide anonymous aggregated reporting to your organisation.
It will never be used for marketing purposes or sold on to third parties.
However, please note that transmitting information over the Internet is never completely secure. Although we do our best to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee that your information is absolutely secure in all situations.
If you suspect there has been any unauthorised access or misuse of your personal information, please contact our Privacy Manager, whose contact details are included below.
People Insight maintain the following policies:
We retain personal information only as long as required to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected as outlined in this policy, or as long as we are legally obliged to do so. In respect of our participation in a survey we will retain your data until reporting has been completed and then review retention on a periodic basis with your organisation (the Data Controller).
You may request a copy of any personal information we may hold about you on behalf of the Data Controller. You can do this by using the contact details at the end of this policy. You may request that any incorrect data be amended, or alter your communications preferences at any time. Your requests for this type of access or amendment will be subject to the relevant data protection legislation.
Phone: 0203 142 6511
Post: People Insight, 33 Foley Street, London W1W 7TL