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Privacy, Liability, Non-Discriminatory Practices & Copyright

Considering being an ART Candidate? Please first read our policies, to see how we work and how we protect your data. Once you understand our data protection policies and agree to work with us, please then connect to us at Linkedin.


ART is a U.S.-headquartered executive search and recruitment company founded in 1987. ART is a respected executive search firm that has placed senior- and mid-level corporate executives with leading world corporations and institutions. You might have come upon ART first via the internet, but you should know that ART is not a dotcom, resume posting service, jobs board, or any other type of advertising or marketing services company.

We only exist to help place people in positions where they could help build their careers and improve our client companies. That is our simple and only business model.

ART is a professional headhunting company whose income derives from the placement of its candidates. This firm has absolutely no intention of ever selling any candidate data to any party for any purpose. Please also note:

  • ART candidate data is stored in our company's physically secure computers in the United States of America.
  • Candidate data is not accessible to any party online. We will never post candidate data on the Internet or store it permanently on an Internet server.
  • Candidate data is only accessible from our business computers to ART employees or managers who have been employed at least ten years at ART. For a particular search, candidate data is only offered to the recruiter who has been authorized to be in charge of a particular client company search, and it is that one person who would potentially request a suitable candidate's permission to present that person's data to an employer or to the employer's recruitment partner. Within ART, candidate data can only be transferred among ART business computers and devices.
  • ART candidate information is only shared with particular ART client companies for specific search assignments, and this information is only shared after the ART recruiter has contacted that candidate and has received the candidate's permission to present this data to a specific client. A "client" is here defined as either the potential employer of our candidate or another firm that the employer is using as a recruitment intermediary, which ART may or may not be partnering with on a search.
  • Candidate data remains entirely with ART until the candidate gives his or her permission to share that data with the ART client-company, potentially a future employer of the candidate, or possibly a recruitment firm that ART is working with on behalf of that potential future employer of the candidate. In nearly every case, the name of that client company is told to the candidate at the time that the ART recruiter requests permission to present that person's data to the ART client company. If there is another recruitment firm involved, the candidate will be informed of this relationship, and the candidate's permission to present him or her through that other recruitment firm would be asked.
  • In the very rare case where an employer has requested of us "extreme confidentiality" - a situation where they want to review possible candidate resumes and only reveal themselves to the one or few candidate(s) that they feel are of greatest interest - the ART recruiter will state this situation to the candidate and ask the candidate's permission to participate in that type of selection process.
  • Candidate data retained by ART is generally limited simply to data that the candidate has personally sent to an ART recruiter - typically the person's resume or CV, often along with the candidate's comments as to preferences related to a current or future job opportunity (eg. job title, compensation level, company type, industry, market, location, etc.)
  • The principal purpose of the ART website at, is simply to serve as a rather wordy but understandable online brochure to candidates and employers about our services. In absolutely no way is the site functioning as some kind of data collection mechanism. Anyone in any country can read or not read any page on our website without accepting cookies.  We do not collect or harvest, trade, share or sell any data related to visits or viewings of ART's website.
  • ART's website does not require the acceptance of cookies for a person to view any page on our site, and we do not use those cookies in any way to personally identify, monitor, or to collect any unique data on any individual.
  • ART, which is a company that is governed solely by the laws of the United States of America and the state and local authorities where ART has a legal nexus, practices data and security policies that conform with or exceed guidelines expressed in the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation. In fact, well before GDPR - since ART went online in 1996 - ART has carefully guarded our candidates' career information, because protecting our candidates' data is what we would want for ourselves and it is the decent, moral and logical thing to do.


ART is a mere subscriber to's services, including its paid services for recruiters. As a subscriber, our firm's profile is viewable on the websites, and through those means it is possible for other subscribers to make connections to ART and for ART recruiters to make connections to other subscribers of, candidates and employers alike.

In this framework, all policies involving data protection are the sole responsibility of ART has no part in the formulation, interpretation or governance of that firm's policies. ART does not share in any data collected by other than that which is viewable online by ART and any other paid or otherwise registered subscribers to services.

Connections initiated and accepted between ART and candidates or employers assume a willingness by such parties to be aware of one another for possible career or business relationships, but these connections in no way imply any formal or legal commitment by any party to act on behalf of the other party.

ART's use of our connections is largely to serve as an initial communication point between individuals and companies that might wish to express interest in possible business relationships. Connections that are made with users by ART are usually made with the belief that that person possesses skills or experiences in industries, markets, fields or disciplines that ART has worked in or that it plans to work in.

Most users of state in their profiles interest in hearing about job inquiries, and ART assumes that users who accept ART connections might possibly be receptive to hearing about a potentially suitable ART client search.

Before or after receiving and accepting a connection on, some candidates upload their resumes or CV's to and offer that information to ART in consideration of their candidacy. ART may or may not at that time download that information from and save that to our computers.

Often once an initial contact is made by an ART recruiter to a potential candidate on, the ART recruiter might request the candidate to communicate directly with him or her outside of the framework. This typically is when the ART recruiter believes that the person could be immediately suitable for a current or imminent client search. Contact is usually by email, sometimes by telephone. A resume or CV of the candidate is usually requested to be emailed directly to the recruiter at an ART email address, and outside of the framework.

ART, having been founded in 1987, has had preexisting relationships with candidates and employers prior to, exclusive of, and unrelated to, any common subscriptions with We shall continue to contact individuals and companies outside of any connections via


Since ART first went online in 1996 (since 1998 as, our website has been visited by many hundreds of thousands of job-seekers and employers, and a very large number of them sent us their resumes. In utilizing as a way of keeping in closer and more up-to-date contact with those great candidates, we have often used's invitation system to reach out to those candidates.

If you received an unexpected invitation from ART to connect, it is very likely because at one time in the past you sent us your resume or CV. We hope that you accept that connection invitation, and we hope that you remember working with us! In some cases, your invitation might come to you via an email address that you used on your resume but that you do not use for That's OK. It's us saying hello and asking to stay in closer touch for future career opportunities.


When a person connects to our profile, we do not consider that connection as being indicative of the person's full interest in being an ART candidate. We, as well as the job seeker, likely see such a connection as only a starting point for a relationship.

An ART recruiter might first contact a candidate in, and if s/he asks the candidate to send a resume or CV, it would be because the ART recruiter believes that there might be a potentially suitable fit with a current or imminent ART client search requirement. If the candidate responds and sends a resume or CV at that time, then ART considers the person as an "ART candidate." One's clear expression of willingness to work with ART on a particular ART client opportunity is shown by one's sending us a resume or CV.

It is our recommendation that a person send us a resume or CV only after the person has read, understood and accepted our policies regarding data collection and protection, as well as ART policies regarding the presentation of candidate data to ART client(s).

By sending us a resume or CV, we have to assume that the person has read our policies stated here and agrees with them.


ART does its best to protect candidate data security in every possible way, but the commonly used practice of sending resumes and CV's by email potentially could risk that the document(s) sent might be captured by an undesired third party.

If you send ART your resume or CV and if ART emails your resume or CV to an employer, as per your permission, it could be possible that your data could be leaked unintentionally while in transmission to that employer.

ART has been evaluating various encryption technologies for sending candidate resumes or CV's to our client companies. However, the terrible current state of existing technologies and global business practices are the biggest problem in this puzzle. We at ART could send encrypted candidate resumes and CV's using encrypted email, but:

  • Candidates almost always (to a 99.9%+ rate, in our experience) have first sent us their resumes and CV's as unencrypted documents that they sent via unencrypted email methods. When they do that, candidates potentially have already exposed their data to third parties beyond our control.
  • Very typically, candidates send us their resumes or CV's from personal "free" web-based email accounts whose accounts are automatically "scanned" by the provider both in the folder structure of the webmail and at the provider's server level. In this way, candidates potentially have exposed their data to third parties beyond our control.
  • Several of the "free" major email providers used by our candidates have reported that their data has been hacked, usually exposing usernames, passwords and other account data.
  • Most encryption technologies at the document encryption level and the encrypted email level require both the sender and receiver of the document and email message to utilize the same technology or program. As there is no universally accepted or implemented system for such encryption, it most typically would be impossible to transmit most candidate resumes or CV's to those employers that our candidates have themselves asked us to present them to. A sender's method of encryption might not be allowed at the receiver's company or the receiver might not understand how to decrypt such documents.
  • If candidates were to send their resumes or CV's to employers directly, in most cases it would be by email, in unencrypted form, utilizing unencrypted email.
  • The general understanding and usage of encryption technologies among the general public and business community is poor and rare in all countries and in all industries. Sadly, even the largest software and computer makers, along with the largest email providers, telecom carriers, and internet service firms have not agreed upon methods affording for universal and easy-to-use encryption.


ART cannot bear any responsibility for the proper handling of your data once it leaves us, most typically via a resume or CV emailed to an employer. Your sending us your resume or CV means that you are willing to take the possible risk that an employer might lose, share or mishandle your data.

We never mass-mail candidate data to employers. When we send a candidate's resume or CV to an employer, it is almost always after that employer has requested us to conduct a particular search and after the employer and ART have concluded a signed contract covering that search.

Once your resume or CV has reached the employer it is possible that the ART contact at that company, usually the hiring manager or HR representative, then in turn emails your document or otherwise shares it with other company managers or staff for review. This is normal and expected business practice worldwide. How, when and with whom your information is shared at that point is outside of our reach and control.


It is understood that resumes or CV's sent to Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. by candidates do not require our firm to act upon receipt of said documents or to work on behalf of said candidates.

It is further understood that candidates who send their resumes or CV's to Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. are doing so for the purpose of seeking other employment opportunities in their field and other fields, and that the nature of the hiring process might possibly lead indirectly or directly to the candidate's employer learning that the candidate is considering other opportunities.

While under no circumstances would ART ever directly or knowingly contact a candidate's employer to inform them that one of their employees was seeking other positions through us, ART cannot control the actions of its clients and the general human nature, which sometimes gossips. Leaks through hiring authorities may occur and potentially word might get back to a candidate's employer.

While ART tries its best to guard against such occurrences, it should be understood that when a candidate begins sending out resumes and applications for other jobs, either to search firms or to companies directly, knowledge that the candidate is seeking to leave a current employer might very possibly get out in one form or another. This is particularly true among competing companies in the same industry, but it can occur in any situation, even across large geographical distances or international frontiers.

It is understood that when a candidate contacts ART, at no time is ART working as that candidate's agent or representative. At no time does ART ever accept any payment from any candidate for the purpose of acting as that person's agent, and there is never any commitment by ART to secure a position for any candidate.

ART, like nearly all other executive search firms, is paid by an employer to find candidates suitable for that employer's specific job opening. The details and requirements of that job opening are not limited to the specifications in a job description. In most cases, a written job description may be absent, may be cursory, or its parameters may be changed by the employer at any time during their interviewing, screening and hiring process. Commonly in the middle of an interview process, an employer might either decide that they drastically might want to change their original candidate requirements or the job opening might be erased altogether. ART cannot bear any responsibility for such changes.


Candidates should be respectful of their employer's policies concerning personal use of company computers, e-mail and other internet systems and policies. Viewing jobs sites and websites of executive search firms on the internet might not be considered acceptable company policies at your current employer. 

Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. can bear no responsibility for any unforeseen or other incidents that might ensue. Some employers might consider personal use of their computers and e-mail as grounds for dismissal.

If you are concerned about your own e-mail security and privacy at your place of work, use a private e-mail account to contact headhunters. ART will assume that if it is sent e-mail from a particular address it is safe for ART to reply to that e-mail address, unless you state otherwise. If ART contacts you, initial contact may be by e-mail or telephone. Responses tend to be fairly quick if it appears to us that a candidate's background may match our client companies' needs. Please make it clear on your resume or message what phone numbers, e-mail addresses or other addresses are safe for us or any of our client-companies to reply to and which are not. It is preferable that such contact information be mentioned in the body of the message, even if it also appears in a resume.



It is presumed that all information provided ART by the candidate about work history, education, career interests, goals, requirements, etc., have been presented by the candidate accurately and completely. It should be expected that any and all information provided to ART might potentially be discussed with the ART client company that the candidate has given permission to be presented to.

Candidates who present their resume, CV or other statements about their work history, educational credentials, work permits, etc., should assume that any and all claims might be questioned or investigated by an employer or other parties utilized by the employer. It is therefore highly recommended that candidates avoid the practices of misstating dates of employment, of embellishing their achievements, of stating deceptively valid sounding educational degrees sold by non-accredited companies (ie., "diploma mills"), etc. It is possible that either false statements or deceptive statements of this nature could cause an employer to either not interview or even to terminate an employee who was found to have made false statements prior to being offered a position.

It is not ART's responsibility to verify or validate a candidate's work history, employment details or other information that a candidate provides to us. But candidates should understand that if ART does discover falsification or embellishment by a candidate, that such a person might be asked for clarification or explanations by the ART recruiter, and if the candidate's response is unsatisfactory, the candidate might never be presented to an ART client for any position.






Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. tries to the best of its ability to only accept job searches from firms that it believes offer good career opportunities to our candidates. (Approximately 50% of all employer search requests made to ART are rejected by ART.)

The issue of "what is good for one person" might vary greatly from person to person or situation to situation. In matching candidates to client-companies, ART recruiters seek to balance information provided by candidates in their resumes or CV's with information provided by client-companies. Sometimes, however, candidate-supplied or company-supplied information might be incomplete, insufficient, incorrect or just "wishful thinking." Or in the event of sudden economic changes or downturns, yesterday's "hopeful expectations" might be suddenly turned into "today's shock."

In the case of prospective employers, issues regarding company sales volume, company finances, company prospects, and issues regarding the management style of company officers and their business plan, among other important matters related to the candidate's career, must be evaluated by the candidate himself or herself prior to taking an offer of employment . ART is unable to investigate these matters or their validity on behalf of the candidate at any time, although if requested by the candidate, we may assist in requesting such data from the client-company for the review of the candidate.

During an interview process, certain details about a candidate or client-company might surface, which could suggest that either the candidate might not be suitable for the company or that the company might not be suitable for the candidate. In such an event, ART reserves the right to advise either party or both parties of what this firm might see as a potential mismatch.

Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C., its members, managers or employees, bear no liability to either candidate or client-company for ART's not knowing or not being informed of certain relevant or critical facts which, if known, might have suggested the match would not have been an appropriate one. It is therefore the full responsibility of the candidate to learn as much as he or she can about the prospective employer, and it is the full responsibility of the client-company to learn as much as it can about the prospective employee, prior to a job offer, resignation and commencement of employment, but in offering and accepting an an offer of employment, both the employer and employee mutually accept full responsibility for any and all risks and repercussions that might follow from their choices.



Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. matches candidates to client jobs based only on non-discriminatory business and career criteria related to candidate job experiences, candidate job performance, candidate statements of achievements and market familiarities, candidate statements of their requirements and preferences, employer statements of their company goals and business objectives, employer statements of the vacancy's budgetary limitations, etc.  

Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. is a U.S. based firm that is in full compliance with U.S. federal, state and local laws concerning equal opportunity employment  and non-discriminatory hiring practices. We at ART believe that ART exceeds these existing laws and regulations, because we believe that any form of hiring discrimination based on race, color, gender, ethnicity, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual preference or other subjective and nonessential criteria is immoral, unethical, or illegal.

ART bases its searches solely on the specific nondiscriminatory job qualifications  of its clients' openings and upon our understanding of our candidates' experiences and abilities to perform those qualifications.  

ART will not accept any search assignment in the U.S. in violation of U.S. law and/ or our higher standards. Furthermore, ART will not accept search assignments outside the U.S. whose job descriptions are expressed in nonessentially limiting or discriminatory language. Being a U.S. based recruitment firm, we are in full compliance with U.S. laws related to employment non-discrimination. We do not ask for, nor do we take into account when considering candidates, any personal information that is irrelevant to job performance. We therefore do not ask or take into account a candidate's gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, etc. We do not work with any company in any jurisdiction that requests such information for what appears to be for the purpose of employment discrimination. Even if employment laws in that country differ from U.S. laws, ART proudly follows the same global non-discrimination policy when recruiting for candidates in all countries, for all positions.



Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. does not bear any responsibility for the accuracy, validity, or claims by companies or parties whose websites might link to the ART website, or that might be linked from the ART site. ART does not receive any income from any website or company for providing web traffic to them, and ART does not pay any other company for listing the ART website in their directory or by providing a link to the ART website. In some cases, ART has voluntarily registered its website with several reputable search engines or directories, but today, there are hundreds of links to the ART website that have been made unilaterally by various companies and websites without the permission or knowledge of ART. It is not the responsibility of ART to seek out these links or to investigate the validity of the companies or websites that might happen to have put a link to ART on their website.

No website that lists a link to the ART website is in any partnership or business relationship of any kind with ART, and Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. absolutely does not authorize any such linker to specifically suggest that ART promotes or validates their products, services or claims.

Disreputable or misleading firms  or individuals who misuse ART's good name and reputation in any way shall cause Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C.  to track them down and to bring criminal or civil action against them in the jurisdiction(s) of our choosing. Any such activities, including but not limited to email address spoofing, shall be fully prosecuted.



Every personal message from a recruiter to a person about a job has been personally sent by the recruiter specifically for the purpose stated in that letter, and the name of the recruiter is always stated, along with his or her valid e-mail address. The subject lines of messages from ART-derived emails are either replies to messages sent to ART, or they clearly state language related to executive search, referrals, positions with clients, jobs, etc.

Most ART candidates contacted by ART by e-mail or phone are normally contacted only a maximum of 1-3 times per year.

ART deeply respects the privacy of all parties whom we work with, and if you do not wish to receive any further messages from ART at a particular e-mail address, please reply to the party who wrote you, and simply in the subject line, write "REMOVE," or in the body of the message, state that you do not wish to be contacted by ART in the future. Please note that a human, never a robot, would be reading your email.

The sale or other transfer of an e-mail address obtained through an opt-out request is prohibited by U.S. law under the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003. ART never has sold or transferred such candidate information, and never will. That policy has been in effect well before the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003.

We are only interested in building careers and good companies for people to grow with. That is our only business model. We hope that we could be of assistance to your career either now or long into the future. Whenever you need us, we hope to be there for your needs.


Candidates who receive inquiries from self-stated ART recruiters via email addresses not being in the domain should be very cautious, as normally an ART recruiter would only make contact using our own email domain.

Persons pretending to be ART employees might use a similar-sounding email address, usually from a free email provider. It could also be possible for this kind of criminal party to send an email from an email address that has been made to look like an address. In such cases the person might ask for a fee or some unusual request directing them to another website or email address.

IMPORTANT: ART recruiters never charge candidates any fee for any reason anywhere. ART recruiters do not process visas or promise job offers in return for any kind of payment. In most cases we are recruiting local candidates, not moving candidates to other countries, but often criminals masquerading as recruiters pretend to offer jobs that they do not have in return for fees from candidates. Often their proposition is directed at individuals in underdeveloped countries being lured to non-existent jobs in developed countries.

If you receive any kind of suspicious message mentioning ART, please report it to us.

If an ART recruiter is asking a candidate to send a CV or resume, it is usually because s/he has an existing or very imminent client search requirement for which that candidate might be considered.


ART, like most companies and individuals, is a frequent victim of email spoofing.  We do not have the capability of preventing most random attempts by spammers that steal or guess legitimate email addresses and then use those email addresses to disguise their true email addresses for sending SPAM. The best way for an individual to determine if an email from ART is real or not is simply to read it and see if there is any logic to the sending of such a letter. If, for example, a sales director at a semiconductor company receives an email discussing a job opportunity in semiconductor sales, it is possible that ART sent it. If, however, the same person received an email supposedly sent from an ART email address, but the letter is a solicitation for a loan, a Rolex watch, etc., then the person can be 100% certain that that email was not sent by an ART recruiter. ART is in the business of placing serious people with serious companies. Nobody will ever be sent a frivolous solicitation from ART. If there is any doubt about an email from ART, write the recruiter sending it and you should receive a proper reply if the email is from ART.

ART never charges any fee to our candidates for any reason, and if you are approached by a person claiming to be employed by ART who charges you a fee for any reason, that person is not an ART employee, and this person is committing criminal fraud, victimizing our firm and attempting to victimize you. Report this party to the authorities and never pay money to this person.

Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. bears no liability for any damages caused by such criminals who illegally use our name, email address, or any other company property for the purpose of committing crimes.



Our Website Content is Monitored Against Web Plagiarism

Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C., an executive search firm with global reach, with contacts, clients and candidates throughout the world, will vigorously enforce its worldwide copyrighted material from any form of piracy. All information contained in this website is copyrighted by Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C.

Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. reserves all rights, and its viewing is expressly for the benefit of job seekers (candidates) and employers (clients) only. Any unauthorized use, reproduction or retransmission of any ART web page or image would be in violation of our copyright and we would promptly seek enforcement of such an illegal violation, with punishment to the highest allowable extent of the law in the jurisdiction in which we seek to prosecute.

ART does not bear any responsibility for the content or information in this website being up to date. Job listings appearing on this website are intended for informational use only, not as representations of currently available job listings. Rather, they are intended to show some sample job searches that ART has been asked to work on. Some listings have been filled, some may be "on hold" by the employer following their initial contacting ART. Some confidential job listings with ART are not posted online, primarily at the request of the client company.



Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C. maintains website logs noting IP addresses, referrers, and the pages visited by a particular viewer of the ART website. This information is available to identify countries and regions that have interest in our services, as well as to track potential malefactors who may later be found to have used ART's copyrighted data in an unauthorized manner or to have committed other forms of illegal activity.

If you have any questions about the policies described above, please contact the ART recruiter with whom you are working.



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