Since our creation in September 1990, we have always attached the utmost importance to confidentiality in the conduct of our assignments and to the protection of the data entrusted to us by our candidates and clients.

Co-founder in 1997 of our professional union, the “Syntec Conseil en Recrutement”, we have participated in all the reflections regarding the ethics of our profession. We are signatory to the Responsible Recruitment Charter, drawn up by our union in 2014, which establishes a trusting and lasting partnership and a balanced relationship between stakeholders, candidates, companies and consultancy firms.


We only collect the data strictly necessary for the purposes of our recruitment, research, evaluation and support of candidates for our clients, companies and institutions, in strict compliance with regulations and in particular the General Regulations on Data Protection (GRDP), in force since 25 May 2018.


The personal data that we hold can come from:

  • Our candidates who send us their curriculum vitae,
  • Our clients who entrust us with missions,
  • Job boards, CV banks, professional databases, directories and social networks that allow us to identify and approach our future candidates,
  • Our partners who provide research, candidate evaluation and IT services.

We only use these data for our recruitment, evaluation, support and training missions.

We only share the data with our customers and we only do so with the agreement of each person concerned.

We only retain the data as long as necessary to carry out the assignments entrusted to us by our clients and to carry out our voluntary advisor role for our candidates in the monitoring and follow-up of their careers.

Most of the data entrusted to us are stored in the European Union. The only data likely to be transferred outside the European Union are transferred during missions for clients located outside this territory. Such transfers shall only take place with the agreement of the persons concerned.

Each person, candidate, client or ordinary contact about whom we hold personal data has the right to access, rectify, delete, limit use of, port and oppose.

You can exercise your rights by letter, attaching a copy of your identity document, and sending your request to this address: Grant Alexander – 29-31 Rue de Courcelles 75008 Paris or by e-mail to the following address

You also have the right to file a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés:

CNIL – 3 place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715 – 75334 Paris Cedex 07


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