Red Marrow collects personal data from you when you request information from Red Marrow and/or supply, information through the Sites, such as when you fill out a subscription form or consulting expertise inquiry, opt in to receive emails from Red Marrow, agree to participate in surveys or apply for a role at Red Marrow.
Personal data we collect might include your name, e-mail address, title, occupation, company or university affiliation, industry, region/country, relationship to Red Marrow, reason for contacting Red Marrow, topics you are interested in, any other background information provided with an application and any other information contained in messages you send us.
Red Marrow will use your personal data to fulfill your request, provide you with the information you requested and/or send you marketing communications. If you have applied for a job at Red Marrow, your data will be processed for the purposes of evaluating and processing your application and candidacy for the position to which you have applied. We may also use your information to analyze and improve our recruiting and onboarding processes as well as to communicate with you about Red Marrow events and to send you publications that we think may be of interest to you.
Red Marrow may collect personal data and may disclose such information to third party service providers in aggregate for marketing and promotional purposes. However, in these situations, we do not disclose to these entities any information that could be used to personally identify you.
You do not have to provide us with any personal data. However, if you do not, we may be unable to handle your request or to provide you with the services you are requesting.
Red Marrow will keep your personal data for as long as needed to handle your request or for as long as we have a relationship with you. If you have applied for a role with Red Marrow, Red Marrow will keep your personal data associated with your application for a period of up to five years.
Please note that Red Marrow is not responsible for any information you may disclose publicly in any chat rooms, message boards, or similar web pages, including those hosted on or linked to our Sites. You should keep in mind that, whenever you publicly disclose information about yourself online (for example, via message boards or chat rooms), such information could be collected and used by people whom you do not know. In addition, certain message boards and similar user forums may display IP addresses along with the message poster’s name and message. Red Marrow bears no responsibility for any action or policies of any third parties who collect any information users may disclose on the message boards, chat areas or other user forums, if any, on the Sites.
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We may share your personal data with others, such as:
Third parties, other than law enforcement authorities or government bodies, will only handle your personal data on behalf of Red Marrow for the purposes described in this Policy. Red Marrow will not sell or otherwise share your personal data with such third parties for their own use.
The companies of the Red Marrow group and other third parties we share your information with may be located in other countries, including countries that do not offer the same protection to your personal data as the country in which you reside. Where that is the case, Red Marrow ensures that your personal data is protected by using appropriate legal mechanisms. If you reside in the European Union, such mechanisms include using contracts or wording approved by the European Commission (called “Standard Contractual Clauses”) or, in the case of US-based companies, working with companies that are Privacy Shield certified.
Red Marrow has implemented appropriate technical and organizational security measures in order to protect your personal data from loss, misuse, alteration, or destruction. Such measures include anonymizing  or pseudonymizing data where possible. Authorized Red Marrow personnel and third parties mentioned above will only have access to your personal data to the extent they need it to do their job or provide their services. Despite these precautions, however, Red Marrow cannot guarantee that unauthorized persons will not obtain access to your information.
Depending on where you reside, you may be entitled to certain rights regarding the personal data Red Marrow holds about you. For instance, you may have the right to request access to your information, obtain a copy of it as well as information about how we use it. You have the right to request that we correct incorrect, inaccurate or out-of-date information about you. You may also have the right to request that we stop processing your information and/or withdraw your consent to such processing and to ask us to delete your information.
In the event that you have applied for a consulting role at Red Marrow and you no longer wish your data to be processed as described in this Policy, or if you wish to access, rectify, cancel or oppose such processing, please contact us at email@example.com. If you have applied for a corporate role at Red Marrow and wish to exercise the rights described above, please contact the person you sent your application to or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you receive marketing communications from Red Marrow, you can opt out of receiving future emails from Red Marrow or unsubscribe from participating in our programs through the “preferences” page, which is accessible in every marketing email you receive from Red Marrow.
If you wish to make a request about your personal data, other than your consultant application data, please contact us at email@example.com. Please note that we will take reasonable steps to check your identity before handling your request.
If you think we are handling your information unlawfully, we encourage you to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you apply for a job at Red Marrow, you will be asked to submit information to Red Marrow such as your name, contact details, information about your education and work history and any other background information that might be relevant for your application or that you choose to share with Red Marrow. If you do not provide this information to us, we might not be able to process your application.
Red Marrow will use this information to assess your application and candidacy for the position to which you have applied. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, this may include: (i) evaluating your skills and experience in relation to the qualification required for the job to which you have applied; and (ii) tracking feedback and interactions we have with you throughout the recruiting process. We may also use your information when analyzing our internal recruiting processes to determine (i) which recruit sources to focus on; (ii) how to improve integration and training programs for new hires with different educational backgrounds and work experience; and (iii) how to enhance our interview model to improve hiring quality. The information you provide may also be used to communicate with you about Red Marrow events and to send you publications that we think may be of interest to you.
We might share your personal data with other companies in the Red Marrow group as well as with third parties such as recruitment service providers, background check providers and IT system providers. These Red Marrow companies and third parties might be located in a different country than your country of residence.
We will keep your application data for up to five years. If you no longer wish for Red Marrow to process your data or if you wish to exercise your rights, please contact email@example.com if you applied for a consulting role and firstname.lastname@example.org if you applied for a corporate role.
Our Sites are not directed at children 16 years of age or younger. Bain, therefore, will not intentionally collect information about anyone under the age of 16, and requests that no such information be submitted to us.
3. Standard Contractual Clauses are an agreement that can be entered into by companies for transfers of personal data outside of the European Union. They are a mechanism approved by the European Commission to ensure adequate safeguards to personal data when it is transferred outside of the European Union.
4. Anonymizing means transforming data in such a way that it is no longer identifiable, i.e. the data can no longer be linked to an individual, even if combined with other information. Anonymous data is not considered “personal data”.