Privacy statement

London HR Connection respects your right to privacy and this statement sets out the policy towards safeguarding information which you disclose to us. Any personal information which you volunteer to LHRC will be treated with the highest standards of security and confidentiality, strictly in accordance with applicable data protection rules, including the General Data Protection Regulation.

Where LHRC asks you for personal information, such as your name and contact details from which you can be identified on an individual basis, we will only do this where we require that information for specific purposes, for example registration. In every case, we will let you know what we intend doing with that information before collecting it.

Personal data means any information which the LHRC has or obtains, or which you provide to the LHRC, and specifically your name, address, email address, phone number(s), title or position, employment details, employer address, work email, work phone, bank details, credit / debit card details, from which you can be directly or indirectly personally identified.

Use of personal data

LHRC will use the personal data where necessary:

for the purpose of providing services to you, registering you as a member or student, and other related administration services, as the case may be;

  1. For the collection of membership fees
  2. To deal with your queries or complaints;
  3. Security requirements at various event venues

Where we have your permission, the LHRC may direct information relating to topics, goods or services to you which we feel will be of interest to you.


By registering to participate in an event either face to face or webinar, your personal data may be shared with the event sponsor.

If you subsequently decide that you no longer wish to receive such information, as described above, you can manage this by contacting the Membership & Events Manager on

Disclosures of personal data

We will not disclose any personal data to any third party, except as outlined above.

Last updated 20 October 2020

Michael Whittington
Director – Head of Employee Screening The Risk Advisory Group plc

My colleagues and I have attended many events over the years We’ve found them to be topical, focused and very informative Excellent networking with industry professionals.

Jacky Griffiths
Changing Conversations

I just wanted to reach out and say a big thank you to you and the team. I must admit it was perhaps one of the most enjoyable networking events I have been to for a while - both on a personal and professional level. Time and energy is finite and choosing groups that make sense and support keeping oneself professionally relevant is key. You guys certainly achieved that for me.

Catherine Philips
An executive coach

Events and networking can sometimes seem like too much effort. The LHRC is different and is well worth the investment in time and effort. A great chance to learn, meet kindred spirits and laugh too.

Dominic Alldis
Orchestral Conductor, Jazz Musician, Founder & CEO of Music & Management Ltd.

It was a privilege to be invited to address the London HR Connection. Clearly an amazing organisation representing the very best people development professionals. My speech about music as a metaphor for leadership, collaboration and innovation within business resonated with the audience. This was reflected in the questions and comments afterwards, as well as being asked to work with several of the companies represented.

Simon Drury
Business Psychologist - Art of Reinvention

The LHRC is a dynamic forum in which I’ve met some very interesting people, been introduced to a number of potential business contacts, attended thought-provoking and educational debates. I commend the group to any HR practitioners and suppliers who want to expand their professional network.

Chris Lazenby
Deputy Head of HR: Engagement - The British Museum

At the British Museum we’ve been corporate members of the LHRC since 2006. The forum is a fantastic way of keeping up to date with the latest issues and developments in the field, but also of making those connections that might not always be so easy to come by within our own sector.