Who is the data controller?
The data controller is Seargin Sp. z o.o, Grunwaldzka 163, 80-266 Gdańsk, KRS (National Court Register): 0000499229. Poland Cert. 10594, VAT ID: 5833165868, share capital of 10.500 PLN.
How can you contact the data protection officer?
The data protection officer can be contacted at the email address email@example.com, or by the forms and at addresses available at the “Contact” section on the data controller’s website.
What is the purpose and legal basis for personal data processing?
Your personal data will be processed in order to provide you with email messages regarding job offers similar or new to the one with reference to which you have left your personal data.
The personal data will processed under your consent to the processing of your personal data in conjunction with Article 6(1)(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation; Providing data is voluntary but refusal to provide your data will make it impossible to carry out the email notification.
How long will your data be processed?
Your data will be processed until:
- you withdraw your consent for the data processing, if and to the extend that your consent is the basis for the processing. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on the consent before its withdrawal;
- the data retention period related to the given data processing expires or the data becomes redundant for the processing performed by the controller, if there are no legal grounds for lawful processing upon other legal basis;
To whom can we transfer your data?
Your personal data can be processed by our external partners supporting our business processes, that is the data processors such as, for example, IT solutions providers, technical support providers.
We will not share your personal data with other entities which process data as separate controllers unless it is required by law or a relevant consent has been given to share specified personal data for a designated purpose.
The data may be transferred to third countries only if the controller acts upon appropriate legal bases, including upon an adequacy decision or subject to appropriate precautions (e.g., binding corporate rules or standard contractual clauses).
What are your rights under data protection?
You have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority, the right to access your data, the right to rectify, erase or restrict processing of your data, the right to object to the data processing, and the right to transfer your data. The data controller does not intend to apply automated decision-making, including profiling.
What are the consequences of not providing your personal data?
Providing your personal data is voluntary, but if you do not provide your data the controller will not be able to carry out the data processing process or a service for data subject.