We, SIA “Human Source”, hereinafter referred to as the Controller, undertake to protect and respect your privacy.
The Controller has taken any action necessary to ensure the accountability for the processing of personal data, including, has invited certified data protection specialists to ensure compliance with the Regulation.
The Controller processes personal data in accordance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation), hereinafter – the Regulation, as well as other applicable laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia.
1.1. The Controller in processing of personal data is SIA “Human Source”, address: Blaumaņa street 5A-28, Riga, Latvia, LV-1011, email address: [email protected].
2. Purpose and legal basis of personal data processing
2.1. The purpose of the data subject is general job search, which may not be related to specific vacancies. In all the cases the Data subject agrees that his or her data will be in the possession of the Controller for a defined period of time or until the Data subject informs the Controller on deletion of his or her data.
2.4. The Controller uses the Data subject data solely for the purpose set out in point 2.1, except the cases when it is necessary to provide information about the Data subjects to the state or safety authorities, in accordance with regulatory enactments.
2.5. The legal basis for data processing is consistent with Article 6 paragraph 1 point (a) of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation).
3. How personal data are initially collected
3.1. We collect your personal data when you use our services, by submitting a CV (Curriculum Vitae) as well as using social networks (e.g., LinkedIn, etc.);
3.2. Please note that you are responsible for accurate provision of personal data to the Controller, as well as in case of changes in personal data, you are obliged to correct your inaccurate personal data by informing the Controller.
We remind you that the Controller is obliged to comply with one of the basic data processing principles ("accuracy") set out in the Regulation, therefore we ask you to provide the Controller only with accurate personal data and to inform us about any changes.
4. Data collected about natural persons
4.1. Name, surname;
4.2. Phone number;
4.3. Electronic mail address;
4.4. Address of place of residence (specifying the country, city or municipality);
4.5. Data on education;
4.6. Language proficiency;
4.7. Professional experience;
4.8. Data on driver’s licence;
4.9. Other information at the customer’s initiative.
5. Recipients of personal data
5.1. Based on the consent of the data subject, the recipients of personal data may be potential employers with whom the Controller has a contractual relationship.
5.2. Personal data is not transferred to third world countries.
6. Storage and destruction of personal data
6.1. Personal data submitted in the questionnaire or sent in the CV will be processed until you withdrawn your consent or after one calendar year has elapsed from the date of submission of the consent.
6.2. Upon withdrawal of your consent or upon expiry of the abovementioned storage period, information about you will be deleted from all information systems of the Controller.
6.3. You have the right to generally request the deletion of your submitted data at any time and the Controller is obliged to delete these data from all information systems.
7. Data subject’s rights
7.1. You have certain legal rights in relation to the processing of your personal data. These rights are:
7.2. If you believe that your personal data has been processed incorrectly or you have objections to the way your personal data are being processed, you have the right to complain.
7.3. You can complain to the Controller or the Data State Inspectorate, explaining how you think the processing of personal data by the Controller has affected your rights.
8.1. Profiling is any form of automatic processing of personal data for the purpose of analysing or predicting you. We do not do that.