[version of 9.01.2019]
Chapter I. General provisions
- By transferring your personal data via the Internet service available on the web site www.melinski-minuth.com.pl you agree to their processing with respect to the data transferred to us.
- In case you do not wish to grant such consent or you wish to withdraw it, please clearly inform us of such a circumstance in an E-mail send to the address email@example.com.
- The controller of your personal data is the company Meliński Minuth sp. z o.o. with its registered office and address in Poznań, ul. Obornicka 253 A,B , 60-693 Poznań, Poland, registered in IX Economic Division of the District Court Poznań – Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, KRS No. 0000038634 / NIP: 777-00-07-800 / REGON: 632448406.
- The purpose of processing data is examination or making an offer of agreement’s conclusion, transferring information about our company, and in case of concluding an agreement – its proper performance (grounds for processing: Art. 6 (1) lit. b, c and f) GDPR – the performance of contract and legal obligation, our legitimate interest).
- You have the following rights: to withdraw the consent for data processing (i), to access to your personal data and to request for their correction, deletion and/or limitation of their processing (ii), to file a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office (iii), to transfer your personal data (iv).
- We may transfer your data to our contractors whom we will commission to perform services related to personal data processing, e.g. IT-services providers. Such subjects process data on the grounds of an agreement with us and solely according to our orders.
- In case you express an objection against the processing your personal data for marketing purposes of our company, we are obliged to cease processing the data for that purpose. With respect to the processing for other purposes, you may on grounds of your particular situation, at any time, object the data processing, if the grounds for processing is our legitimate interest or public interest. After a positive examination of your objection we will no longer be entitled to process your data to which the objection pertains, unless we will be able to demonstrate:
- grounds for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims,
- compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override your interests, rights and freedoms.
Chapter II. Newsletter
- Receiving a free electronic Newsletter requires providing an e-mail address in a relevant form. The data obtained in this way are added to the mailing list of the Newsletter. Providing the data is always voluntary and is used in www.melinski-minuth.com.pl according to the user’s will.
- Each of the registered Newsletter users has the right, at any time, to change of delete his data from our base – for that means one should click on the www.melinski-minuth.com.pl web site “leave the list”, enter the e-mail address to which the Newsletter has been sent and click “resign”. You can leave the list by clicking to the relevant link contained in each Newsletter sent.
Rozdział III. Cookies
- Cookies are small files, saved and stored in a user’s terminal device. Coockies usually contain the name of the Internet site they come from, time of cookie’s existence, and randomly generated unique number used for identification of the browser, from which the connection with the Internet site takes place.
- Cookies are the files created by the browser in your computer disc. They are used solely for the proper functioning of the web-portal, for making statistics of views’ ratings, or for tracking the activity of a user. They do not contain or process personal data.
- Deactivating cookies files may however cause the lack of possibility to use all the options of our web service. You will not e.g. be able to log in to forums or to create and log in to your own accounts.
Chapter IV Processing of personal data of job candidates
Basic information regarding the processing of personal data of job candidates
Meliński Minuth Sp. z o.o.
Purposes of processing
evaluation of candidate’s qualifications for work / cooperation with the Data Administrator on the basis of a civil law contract at a given position u Administratora danych na podstawie umowy cywilnoprawnej na określonym stanowisku
assessment of the candidate’s abilities and skills needed to work with the Data Administrator at a given position
selecting the right person or the right people for employment with the Data Administrator
Legal grounds for processing
Contract of employment
Our legitimate interest
Recipients of data
Entities processing data on behalf of the Data Administrator
Rights related to data processing
I have read and agree to the processing of my personal data
Date, legible signature
Detailed information on the processing of candidates’ data for work
1. Administrator of personal data
The administrator of your personal data will be Meliński Minuth Sp. z o.o. with registered office in Poznań (60-693), ul. Obornicka 253 A, B (hereinafter: we/us). You can contact us in the following way:
– by mail to the following address: ul. Obornicka 253 A, B; 60-693 Poznań, Poland
– by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
– by phone: +48 61 842 92 83
2. The objectives of processing and the legal grounds for processing
We will process your personal data to:
- evaluate your qualifications to work in the position you apply for;
- assess your skills and abilities needed to work on the position you apply for;
- choose the right person to work with us / cooperate with us.
The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is:
- The provision of law (art. 221 § 1 of the Polish Labour Code) and processing needed to conclude an employment contract – in the scope of the following data: name and surname; parents’ names; date of birth; place of residence (address for correspondence); education; the course of previous employment.
- Your consent to the processing of data provided in the CV and in the cover letter, if you provide us with data other than: name and surname; parents’ names; date of birth; place of residence (address for correspondence); education; the course of previous employment.
- Our legitimate interest – regarding the data collected during the interview and the results of the qualification tests. We have a legitimate interest in checking your skills and abilities – we need it to assess whether you are the right person for the position we are recruiting for.
3. Use of qualification tests
As part of recruitment, we carry out the following tests regarding the knowledge of legal regulations and the ability to resolve legal cases. Such tests are designed to check whether you have the skills needed to work in the position you apply for.
4. The period of storage of personal data
We will store your personal data until you finish recruitment for the position you apply for and if we consider employment. In the event of a change in circumstances in the future – for a maximum of 5 years from the moment of completing recruitment to the position, unless we consider further storage to be unnecessary.
5. Recipients of data
We will pass your personal data:
- to our suppliers to whom we commission services related to the processing of personal data, e.g. IT service providers. Such entities process data on the basis of a contract with us and only in accordance with our instructions.
6. Your rights related to the processing of personal data and making automated decisions
You have the following rights related to the processing of personal data:
- the right to withdraw consent to data processing,
- the right to access your personal data,
- the right to request the correction of your personal data,
- the right to request removal of your personal data,
- the right to request the restriction of the processing of your personal data,,
- the right to object to the processing of your data due to your particular situation – in cases where we process your data based on our legitimate interest,
- the right to transfer your personal data, i.e. the right to receive your personal data from us, in a structured, commonly used, machine readable IT format. You can send this data to another data administrator or ask us to send your data to another administrator. However, we will do so only if such transfer is technically possible. You have the right to transfer personal data only which we process on the basis of an agreement with you or on the basis of your consent.
To use the above rights, contact us or our data protection officer (contact details in points 1 and 2 above).
The right to withdraw consent
To the extent that your data is processed on the basis of consent that is, data provided in the CV and cover letter, other than: name and surname, parents’ names, date of birth, place of residence, education, course of previous employment) – you have the right to withdraw your consent data processing at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing that has been made on the basis of your consent prior to its withdrawal. You can withdraw your consent by sending a statement of withdrawal of consent to our postal address or email address.
The right to lodge a complaint to the authorityu
You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body dealing with the protection of personal data, ie the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection in Poland.