This Privacy Policy explains how The Ankenbrandt Group treats any personal information which it collects and receives from you.

Personal information is information, which is personally identifiable like your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, and work history. And also, any other information which allows The Ankenbrandt Group to contact you either by e-mail or other means.

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Ankenbrandt Group’s Privacy Policy

The Ankenbrandt Group collects personal information when you register as a candidate with our Company. And when you also forward to us your resume and other personal information to assist us in your job search. The Ankenbrandt Group does not rent, sell, or share your personal information with other people or nonaffiliated companies except when you have given us your permission, or under the following circumstances:

  • Your qualifications meet the criteria set by our clients, potential employer. We may provide them with a copy of your resume and other information to assist them in making hiring decisions;
  • When required to respond to subpoenas, court orders, or legal process, or to establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims;
  • Providing aggregate information to a third party about the general demographics of the users of this web site.

Your Personal Information:

If you submit materials, including your personal information and resume, you agree that you grant The Ankenbrandt Group a perpetual, non-exclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free, worldwide license and right, but not the obligation, to use, copy, modify, display, distribute, download, store, reproduce, transmit, publish, transfer, adapt, create derivative works in any manner, in entirety or a portion of, your information and by any means forever.

In case you register with The Ankenbrandt Group or submit your resume to us. We may ask for your contact information, such as name, address, telephone number, and email address. You further agree and accept that The Ankenbrandt Group may, from time to time, send you automated email messages or marketing materials regarding its services, including employment information. Also, you may opt-out of receiving such email messages by calling The Ankenbrandt Group.

You have a right to review your submitted information by calling The Ankenbrandt Group. You also have a right to request that The Ankenbrandt Group remove your personal information from its existing files. As we will store your data away from the active candidates and also you may ask that The Ankenbrandt Group not contact you.

The Ankenbrandt Group may use cookies to track your use, including, but not limited to, registration, submissions, and information requests. The Ankenbrandt Group may combine your information along with the information of other users to enhance the services provided. You can request a hard copy to be mailed to you by sending a written request to The Ankenbrandt Group Attention: Privacy Policy P.O. Box. 687 Lake Forest, CA 92609.

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Executive Recruiters -  The Ankenbrandt Group, Newport Beach, CADinner out with business associates, potential clients, and co-workers is quite common in the corporate world. In fact, extending an invite to the person’s spouse is also normal. I was shocked when a candidate who was going to become a potential manager/partner, in the interview process and close to an offer, got offended by our client asking if he and his spouse would like to, “Go to dinner?”

He acted indignant and shocked. I was told it was inappropriate and asked, “Is my spouse interviewing for the job?” No, it was just dinner and then it got WEIRD. Really WEIRD.

My client was just extending a friendly offer for them to all get to know each other better. It was a small firm and they get together often. It had nothing to do with the spouse’s race, sex, education, looks, gender, interviewing the spouse, etc. It was just dinner. A basic civil small talk dinner to meet and see if a future partnership could be made. Dinner.

The offer was pulled, the hope of a new employee was smashed and I was relieved. Can you imagine the dinner conversation had they met?

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