Information on the processing of personal data
Pursuant to the terms and effects of articles 13 and 14 of (EU) Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals relating to the processing of personal data (referred to below as “GDPR“), be Bolder, wishes to provide you with information on the purposes, methods and area of communication and disclosure of the personnel data supplied by candidates of adult age when the register through be Bolder website (referred to below as the “Website”), the websites of other companies and social networks, by email, that may be made in person, by phone or videoconference.
1. Purpose of the processing for registration on the Website, Session subcription, hiring and legal bases
1.1. Your data are obtained in the following ways:
– when you fill in the form on be Bolder website
– by email
– through outside websites or social networks
– by post or telephone
– through indication of a third party
1.2. Your data is processed for through the website if you fill in the form through the Website or if you send your cv spontaneously.
We will not process any of your data without receiving your consent.
1.3. The legal base applicable to the processing of your personal data for the purposes described in point 1.2 is the consent pursuant to article 6, section 1 a), of the GDPR.
1.4. Your data will be processed if you fill in the form and in the case of a voluntary application.
Your data will also be processed to enable us to send you messages by traditional or automated contact methods, including messages on training initiatives linked to the purpose of our be Bolder.
1.5. The legal base applicable to the processing of your personal data for the purposes described in point 1.4 is the consent pursuant to article 6, section 1 a), of the GDPR.
1.6. Your data may also be processed to ascertain, exercise or defend our rights in legal proceedings.
1.7. The legal basis applicable to the processing of your personal data for the purposes described in point 1.6 is our legitimate interests pursuant to article 6, section 1 f), of the GDPR.
1.8. Your personal data might also be processed to the draft and execution of a labour contract, subsequently to the search and selection.
1.9. The legal basis applicable to the processing of your personal data for the purposes described in point 1.8 is the execution of a contract pursuant to article 6, section 1 b), of the GDPR
1.10. The legal base applicable to the processing of the special categories of personal data regarding yourself for the same purposes in point 1.4 and 1.8 is to ascertain, exercise or defend a right in legal proceedings pursuant to article 9, section 2 f), of the GDPR and to comply with legal obligations and exercise of rights of labour law, social security and social protection pursuant to article 9, section 2, b) of GDPR.
2. Further purposes of the processing and legal bases
2.1. Your data may also be processed, if you express your consent, for the following additional purposes:
a. the issue of information and promotional messages on the services offered by GI (including training initiatives, workshops and coaching), or statistical studies and research and/or market surveys related to labour services, by means of traditional (by post and phone calls through the operator) and automated contact methods (email, text message, multimedia message and instant messaging systems)
2.2. The legal basis applicable to the processing of your personal data for the purposes described in point 2.1 is your consent pursuant to article 6, section 1 a), of the GDPR.
3. Categories of data processed,data source and processing of special catergories of data´
3.1. Merely by way of example, be Bolder will obtain the following common categories of personal data: first name, surname, date of birth, address, email and telephone contact details, educational qualifications, work experience and any additional information provided by you.
3.2. be Bolder will obtain the data in question from yourself and/or websites managed by third parties or social networks through which be Bolder publishes the information about the sessions lectured.
4. Processing methods
The data processing procedure is based on the principles of correctness, legitimacy, transparency and data minimisation (privacy by design). The data may be processed manually or by means of automated methods to enable them to be memorised, processed and transmitted, and will take place by means of suitable technical and organisational methods which guarantee the security, confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of the systems and services and prevent the risk of loss, destruction, unauthorised access or disclosure or illegal use of the data, in addition to reasonable measures to ensure the prompt cancellation or adjustment of data which are unsuitable for the purposes for which they are to be processed.
5. Recipients of the data
5.1. Your data may only be processed by employees of the company departments authorised to do so for the purposes indicated above. The employees in question have received suitable operating instructions on the tasks to be carried out by them.
5.2. Your personal data may also be processed by outside parties expressly designated as data processors which provide GI with:
– Website management and maintenance services
– Social Media management services
– Filing services
– Message mailing services
– Market research services
5.3. The personal data supplied by candidates will not be subject to disclosure.
6 Rights of interested party
6.1. The interested parties have the rights described in articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR, where applicable.
6.2. More precisely, the interested parties may ask the data controller for access to and cancellation of the data, the adjustment of imprecise data, additions to incomplete data and restriction of data transfers in the cases described in article 18 of the GDPR .
6.3. The interested parties have the right to object to the processing of the data necessary for the legitimate pursuit of the interests of the data controller, at any time and in whole or in part.
6.4. If the conditions for the transfer of the data pursuant to article 20 of the GDPR are satisfied , the interested parties also have the right to receive the data supplied to the data controller in a structured format for common use which is legible from an automatic device and, where technically feasible, to transfer such data to another data controller without impediment.
6.5. The interested parties have the right to present claims to the relevant supervisory authority (in their member state of normal residence or employment, or in the state in which the presumed violation occurred).
6.6. These rights may be exercised by writing to the address indicated below, or by sending an email message to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. It is understood that if the application to that effect is presented electronically the information will be supplied in an electronic format suitable for common use.
7. Withdrawal of consent
7.1. The interested parties have the right to withdraw the consent expressed by them at any time by sending an email to email@example.com.
7.2. The withdrawal of the consent does not affect the legitimate nature of the processing based on the consent which you expressed prior to the withdrawal.
8. Data protection officer (DPO) contact details
The data protection officer [DPO] can be contacted by email at