I hereby grant consent to TuuT s.r.o., registered office at Hraničná 2 040 17 Košice – mestská časť Barca, company registration number: 53 163 419 , (hereinafter referred to as the “Operator”) for processing of personal data stated in the survey, in the CV, personal questionnaire and personal data obtained during a personal interview in […]
I hereby grant consent to TuuT s.r.o., registered office at Hraničná 2 040 17 Košice – mestská časť Barca, company registration number: 53 163 419 , (hereinafter referred to as the “Operator”) for processing of personal data stated in the survey, in the CV, personal questionnaire and personal data obtained during a personal interview in order to assess the suitability of the candidate to fill the required job position. The purpose of processing personal data by the Operator is to provide personal and career guidance to the data subject, in particular, to mediate employment with another employer (recipient).
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Conditions for processing personal data
The legal framework for the processing of personal data is Act no. 18/2018 Coll. on the protection of personal data, as amended (hereinafter referred to as “Personal Data Protection Act”) and the Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council, which regulate, in particular, the protection of individuals’ rights against unauthorized interference with their private life in the processing of their personal data, rights, duties and responsibilities in the processing of personal data of natural persons.
The purpose of the processing of personal data by the Operator is to provide personal and career guidance to the data subject, in particular, to mediate employment with another employer (recipient) or temporary assignment to an employer offering job opportunities for employees under an agency. For this purpose, the person concerned shall notify the Operator of any changes to the provided personal data within 14 days of the change being made.
The Operator shall, within the defined purpose, process the data on the identity of the data subject (title, first name, surname), data on permanent and temporary residence of the data subject (address, house number, municipality, postal code and country), nationality data, photo, contact details (telephone, e-mail), educational achievement data (level of education, educational institution, study period, year of graduation, academic degree), data on previous jobs (type of work, employers), qualification and skills data (exams, certificates, driving license), the candidate’s expectations in relation to the required job position or work performed, the date of commencement and the expected payment terms.
The legal basis for the processing of personal data is the consent of the data subject by registration on the website of the Operator recorded by electronic means, or, if preferred, written consent, to provide and make the personal data available from the information system to companies in the Maxins group and other entities (recipients), in particular potential employers, including entities in the Member States of the European Union, exclusively in relation to the defined purpose of processing. The person concerned agrees to the cross-border flow of personal data and thus to the provision and disclosure of such personal data to the Member States of the European Union.
The person concerned acknowledges that in the case of successful mediation of employment by the Operator, his personal data will also be provided by the Central Office of Labor, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic according to the provision of § 31 par. 1 (a) e) of Act no. 5/2004 On Employment Services, as amended.
The person concerned has, as pursuant to regulations on personal data protection:
1. the right to receive information on the type, structure and course of their processing of personal data,
2. the right to require the Operator to access personal data,
3. the right to edit the personal data,
4. the right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data previously granted by the data subject to the Operator,
5. the right to initiate proceedings as pursuant to §100 of the Personal Data Protection Act,
6. the right to delete or restrict the processing of personal data,
7. the right to object to the processing of personal data as well as the right to portability of personal data,
The processing of specific categories of personal data is prohibited. Specific categories of personal data are data that reveal racial origin or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data, health data, or data relating to the sex life or sexual orientation of a natural person.
In the processing of personal data, a general purposes identifier may be used to identify a natural person, but only if its use is necessary to achieve said processing purpose. The consent to the processing of a general purposes identifier must be explicit and must not be excluded by a special regulation if it is processed on the legal basis of the person’s consent. Disclosing a general purposes identifier is prohibited; this does not apply if the person concerned uses the general purposes identifier.
The Operator is obligated to maintain confidentiality about the personal data that is being processed. The confidentiality obligation continues even after the processing of personal data has concluded. The Operator is obligated to protect the employee’s personal data, to prevent unauthorized access to them, and to ensure their subsequent disposal after the expiry of their retention period imposed by law or the purpose of their processing.
The person concerned shall have the right to correct the incorrect personal data relating to them without any undue delay. With regard to the purpose of the processing of personal data, the person concerned has the right to complete incomplete personal data. The person concerned has the right to require the Operator to erase their personal data without any undue delay, and the responsible party is obligated to erase said personal data without any undue delay, if
the processing of personal data is not compliant to the principles of personal data processing the processing of personal data is not compliant to the requirements for the processing of specific categories of personal data erasure of the personal data is necessary for the purpose of fulfilling the obligations under this Act, a special regulation or an international agreement binding the Slovak Republic.
Operator contact details:
Košice – mestská časť Barca