Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy of Internet servi­ce of Meliński Minuth sp. z o.o.

[ver­sion of 9.01.2019]

Chapter I. General provisions

  1. By trans­fer­ring your per­so­nal data via the Internet servi­ce ava­ila­ble on the web site you agree to the­ir pro­ces­sing with respect to the data trans­fer­red to us.
  2. 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
  3. 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. 
  4. 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). 
  5. 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). 
  6. 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.
  7. 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: 
    1. gro­unds for the esta­bli­sh­ment, exer­ci­se or defen­ce of legal claims,
    2. com­pel­ling legi­ti­ma­te gro­unds for the pro­ces­sing which over­ri­de your inte­re­sts, rights and fre­edoms. 
  8. The with­dra­wal of con­sent does not influ­en­ce the legi­ti­ma­cy of pro­ces­sing per­for­med on gro­unds of your con­sent prior to its with­dra­wal. You can with­draw your con­sent by sen­ding a dec­la­ra­tion of consent’s with­dra­wal to our e-mail address given at the begin­ning of this Privacy Policy.

Chapter II. Newsletter

  1. 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 accor­ding to the user’s will.
  2. 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 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

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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

Data  Administrator  

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

Legal obli­ga­tion

Contract of employment

Your con­sent

Our legi­ti­ma­te interest

Recipients of data

Entities pro­ces­sing data on behalf of the Data Administrator

Rights rela­ted to data processing

  • the right to with­draw con­sent to data processing 
  • the right to access per­so­nal data and the right to demand the­ir rec­ti­fi­ca­tion, remo­val or restric­tion of the­ir processing
  • other rights spe­ci­fied in the deta­iled information

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:

– 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:

  1. the right to with­draw con­sent to data processing,
  2. the right to access your per­so­nal data,
  3. the right to requ­est the cor­rec­tion of your per­so­nal data,
  4. the right to requ­est remo­val of your per­so­nal data,
  5. the right to requ­est the restric­tion of the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data,,
  6. 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, 
  7. 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.