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Remember, if they are doing their job properly, they won’t have much about you, unless you only just left their employment. We delete almost everything after 3 months

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I'm thinking more on the grounds of redundancy and how it was decided who should be made redundant,.

 

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I know the question you are asking and what you want to find out.  (See #2)

 

I was just expressing my surprise that CraigMcK's employer deletes "almost everything" after just three months.

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4 hours ago, Manxman in exile said:

I was just expressing my surprise that CraigMcK's employer deletes "almost everything" after just three months.

 

I guess it depends what is meant by "almost everything". Possibly they are thinking of the 3 month time limit for bringing an Employment Tribunal claim for Unfair Dismissal. But if they are they will be stuffed in defending a claim if the ex-employee gets permission to bring the claim out of time or brings a claim in the county court instead!

 

Payroll records must be kept a minimum of 3 years PAYE and payroll for employers: Keeping records - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

Advice from HR experts varies but this one is typical  https://www.naturalhr.com/2018/04/12/gdpr-how-long-must-you-keep-hr-records/

 

That recommends keeping redundancy records for 6 years.

 

Still, the sooner put in a SAR @hugo1963 the sooner you'll find out what they have. Bear in mind that a SAR will only disclose information about you. It isn't a disclosure of their entire redundancy procedure and decision-making.

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