What are information obligation?
When you decide to take part in the recruitment process, you hand over your personal data (e.g. full name, telephone number, e-mail address). You have the right to know how we process your data. We inform you about that on the basis of the so-called information obligation.
The legal basis for information obligation is: art. 13 and 14 of 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, and repelling Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
Administrator and Personal Data Protection Inspector
Devsfind Patrycja Bury is the Administrator of your data, with its registered office on Grzybowska 87, in Warsaw 00-844, hereinafter referred to as “Devsfind”.
Personal Data Protection Inspector of Devsfind can be contacted either by e-mail or by mail:
• postal address: Grzybowska 87, 00-844 Warsaw, with a note „Personal data”.
Purposes and legal bases for collecting and processing personal data
1. The legal basis for processing of personal data is the consent given by the Candidate (art. 6 law paragraph 1 of RODO). Such consent is voluntary. The Candidate has the right to revoke his/her decision at any time, however, revoking his/her decision will not affect the compliance with the right to process personal data on the basis of the consent given before revoking it. In order to revoke the decision, the Candidate has to contact the Personal Data Protection Inspector of Devsfind.
2. Your personal data shall be processed to carry out the recruitment process for a specified job position.
3. The Candidate has the right to demand access to the content of his/her personal data as well as the right to amend, delete or limit their processing or to appeal against processing and movement of such data.
4. The Candidate, who gave his/her consent for processing of his/her personal data, for one or more specified purposes, has the right to revoke each consent at any time in writing or by e-mail, without affecting the compliance with the right to process, which has been carried out on the basis of the given consent before being revoked.
5. The Candidate has the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority when he/she decides that processing of his/her personal details violates provisions of the regulation.
6. Provision of personal data is a mandatory condition for taking part in the recruitment process as stipulated in the law of 26 June 1974, the Labour Code and secondary legislation to that law. Failure to provide personal data results in rejection from the recruitment process.
7. The Candidate’s personal data will not be subject to profiling.
8. The Candidate’s personal data will be processed until the recruitment process for a specified job position is over (unless the consent is revoked before that).
9. We do not intend to hand over personal data to the so-called third countries (i.e. beyond the European Economic Area that covers the European Union, Norway, Lichtenstein and Iceland).