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Welcome to the privacy notices section of our website.

At Wrigleys we are committed to protecting the privacy and security of the personal information of our clients, contacts and the other people we come into contact with. On 25 May 2018 data protection legislation is changing significantly with the coming into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This places a greater onus on all organisations across Europe to protect people's personal information.  As a result, there are greater requirements about what we must tell those people we come into contact with as to what we do with their personal information. Our privacy notices describe how we collect and use personal information about people outside of our firm during, before and after our relationship with them, in accordance with the GDPR.

If you have any questions about our privacy notices, please contact our Data Protection Representatives, via email at partners@wrigleys.co.uk, post to 19 Cookridge Street, Leeds, LS2 3AG or telephone 0113 244 6100.

 

 

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18 Feb 2019

Guidance to help Employers close the Gender Pay Gap

The Government Equalities Office publishes new guidance as 2019's gender pay gap reporting deadline approaches

14 Feb 2019

Council's "evisceration" of details in a child's Education and Health Care Plan was unlawful

School successfully challenges council's alteration of an Education and Health Care Plan and naming of an unsuitable school

05 Feb 2019

Should applicants for work with children or vulnerable adults have to disclose spent convictions?

Supreme Court upholds decision that the rules on disclosing multiple spent convictions in an enhanced DBS check are disproportionate and incompatible