Owner identity: My Recruitment – NIF: 85090542H

Location: Av. Cortes Valencianas, 58 – 5ª planta 46015 Valencia

Phone number: 633670629 – Email: info@myrecruitmentprocess.com

 

“In My Recruitment we treat the information you provide us with in order to keep you informed of the different vacancies to a job that occur in our organization. The data provided will be kept until the award of a job or until you exercise your right of withdrawal. The data will not be transferred to third parties. You have the right to obtain information about whether in My Recruitment we are treating your personal data, so you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion and portability of data and opposition and limitation to your treatment before My Recruitment, Av. Cortes Valencianas, 58 – 5th floor 46015 Valencia or at the email address info@myrecruitmentprocess.com, attaching a copy of your ID or equivalent document. Likewise, and especially if it considers that it has not obtained full satisfaction in the exercise of its rights, it may present a claim before the national control authority, addressing to this effect the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, C / Jorge Juan, 6 – 28001 Madrid.”

INFORMATION OF GENERAL INTEREST

This document has been designed for the treatment of low risk personal data from which it can be inferred that it can not be used for the processing of personal data that includes personal data related to ethnic or racial origin, religious or philosophical political ideology, union affiliation, data genetic and biometric data, health data, and data on sexual orientation of people as well as any other data treatment that entails a high risk for the rights and freedoms of individuals.
Article 5.1.f of the General Data Protection Regulation (in forward, RGPD) determines the need to establish adequate security guarantees against unauthorized or illegal treatment, against the loss of personal data, destruction or accidental damage. This implies the establishment of technical and organizational measures aimed at ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of personal data and the possibility of demonstrating, as established in Article 5.2, that these measures have been implemented (proactive responsibility). must establish visible, accessible and simple mechanisms for the exercise of rights and have defined internal procedures to ensure effective attention to the requests received.

 

 

ATTENTION OF THE RIGHTS EXERCISE

The controller will inform all workers about the procedure to address the rights of the interested parties, clearly defining the mechanisms by which the rights can be exercised (electronic means, reference to the Delegate for Data Protection if there is one, postal address , etc.) and taking into account the following:

  • Upon presentation of your national identity document or passport, the holders of personal data (interested) may exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, portability and limitation of treatment. The exercise of rights is free.
  • The controller must respond to the interested parties without undue delay and in a concise, transparent, intelligible manner, with a clear and simple language and keep proof of compliance with the duty to respond to requests for the exercise of rights made.
  • If the request is submitted by electronic means, the information will be provided by these means whenever possible, unless the interested party requests that it be otherwise.
  • Applications must be answered within 1 month of receipt, and can be extended in another two months taking into account the complexity or number of requests, but in that case the interested party must be informed of the extension within a month from of the receipt of the request, indicating the reasons for the delay.

 

RIGHT OF ACCESS: In the right of access, the interested parties will be provided with a copy of the personal data that is available together with the purpose for which they were collected, the identity of the recipients of the data, the expected conservation periods or the criteria used to determine it, the existence of the right to request the rectification or deletion of personal data as well as the limitation or opposition to its processing, the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency and if the data has not been obtained from the interested party, any information available about its origin. The right to obtain a copy of the data can not negatively affect the rights and freedoms of other interested parties.

 

RIGHT OF RECTIFICATION: In the right of rectification will proceed to modify the data of the interested parties that were inaccurate or incomplete attending to the purposes of the treatment. The interested party must indicate in the application to which data it refers and the correction that must be made, providing, when necessary, the documentation justifying the inaccuracy or incompleteness of the data subject to treatment. If the data have been communicated by the responsible party to other responsible parties, they must notify them of the rectification of the data unless it is impossible or requires a disproportionate effort, providing the interested party with information about said recipients, if so requested.

 

RIGHT OF SUPPRESSION: In the right of suppression the data of the interested parties will be eliminated when they manifest their refusal to the treatment and there is no legal basis that prevents it, they are not necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected, they withdraw the consent borrowed and there is no other legal basis that legitimizes the treatment or it is unlawful. If the suppression derives from the exercise of the interested party’s right of opposition to the processing of their data for marketing purposes, the identification data of the interested party may be retained in order to prevent future treatments. If the data has been communicated by the responsible party to other responsible persons, it should notify them of the suppression of these unless it is impossible or requires a disproportionate effort, providing the interested party with information about said addressees, if so requested.

 

RIGHT OF OPPOSITION: In the right of opposition, when the interested parties express their refusal to treat their personal data before the person responsible, the latter will stop processing them whenever there is no legal obligation to prevent it. When the treatment is based on a mission of public interest or the legitimate interest of the responsible, before a request to exercise the right of opposition, the responsible person will stop processing the data unless compelling reasons that prevail over the interests, rights and freedoms of the interested party or are necessary for the formulation, exercise or defense of claims. If the interested party objects to the treatment for direct marketing purposes, the personal data will no longer be processed for these purposes.

 

RIGHT OF PORTABILITY: In the portability right, if the processing is carried out by automated means and is based on the consent or is made within the framework of a contract, the interested parties may request to receive a copy of their personal data in a structured format, common use and mechanical reading. Likewise, they have the right to request that they be transmitted directly to a new manager, whose identity must be communicated, when technically possible.

 

RIGHT OF LIMITATION TO THE TREATMENT: In the right of limitation of the treatment, the interested parties can request the suspension of the treatment of their data to challenge its accuracy while the person responsible makes the necessary verifications or in case the treatment is made based on the interest the responsible party or in compliance with a mission of public interest, while verifying whether these reasons prevail over the interests, rights and freedoms of the interested party. The interested party may also request the preservation of the data if it considers that the treatment is illegal and, instead of the deletion, requests the limitation of the treatment, or if not yet needed by the person responsible for the purposes for which they were collected, the interested party you need them for the formulation, exercise or defense of claims. The fact that the data processing of the interested party is limited must be clearly stated in the systems of the person responsible. If the data have been communicated by the responsible party to other responsible persons, they should notify them of the limitation of the treatment of these, unless it is impossible or requires a disproportionate effort, providing the interested party with information about said recipients, if so requested.

 

If the request of the interested party is not followed, the person responsible for the processing will inform him, without delay and no later than one month after receipt of the request, of the reasons for not acting and of the possibility of submitting a claim to the Agency. Spanish Data Protection and legal actions.