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Privacy Policy

Solomann strives to provide excellence in professional service to both clients and candidates.

Solomann observes a strict code of ethics and maintains secure computer systems and internet servers according to best current information technology practice.

Solomann maintains a policy of strict confidentiality of all personal data submitted. Candidate information is held on Solomann's secure databases and files and is accessible to Solomann consultants. It is Solomann's practice to reveal applicant’s personal details to clients only just prior to interview stage and after receiving approval from individuals.

Solomann is licensed as an employment agency by the Labour Department of the Hong Kong Government (license no 34343). Solomann must meet the Labour Department's standards for data management by personnel agencies and officers of the Labour Department have the right of access to Gemini's data at any time.

Candidates registering with Solomann have the right of access to personal data in order to correct, update or remove it from Solomann database. Candidate data is retained for a number of years in order to assist Candidates with long-term career development.

Candidates can contact the Solomann consultant or email to inquiry@solomann.com for data change requests or to have their records removed from Solomann databases. Solomann may ask candidates to verify their identity and for more information about the request. Where legally permitted, Solomann may refuse the request and give reasons for doing so. Where the candidate requests that personal data be updated and there is a dispute about the facts, Solomann will make a note on the personal data of such dispute. Candidates may also request that Solomann stops using their information and we will comply with this request. However, if this involves a request for deletion of a file, please be aware that Solomann may not be required or able to do so, particularly where the file also holds information about Solomann’s clients. We may charge an administrative fee for access and updating requests.

Solomann consultants may contact candidates who have registered with Solomann previously in order to ascertain their current employment status.

Solomann may collect personal data from candidates including (without limitation) your name, contact details, qualifications, work history, your right to work in a particular country, languages spoken, professional memberships and accreditations, your work objectives and other information from your CV. If you are to be considered for a particular position, we may also collect references from your nominated referees.

Solomann reserves the right to verify information supplied voluntarily by candidates. Such verification may include, but is not limited to, the checking of academic qualifications with issuing authorities, the confirmation of previous employment records including salary details and the contacting of designated referees.

Solomann may also search social networking sites and use search engines to validate background information on candidates. In addition Solomann may conduct searches of internet sites, social networks as part of reference checking procedures.

As part of Solomann's ongoing business activities information is collected on clients and potential clients and used for the purposes of matching candidates to job orders, business solicitation and the sending of information and newsletters. Companies who wish to be removed from Solomann’s databases should email inquiry@solomann.com

The purpose of collecting data from clients and candidates is in order to provide recruitment services. The information is in the public domain or is provided voluntarily to Solomann by candidates seeking employment opportunities and by clients for assisting them with their staffing needs