What personal data are gathered and how they are used?
The data provided to Michael Page Poland on a voluntary basis by means of this website, such as the name, surname, e-mail address or any information provided on the application form, included in the CV provided or correspondence sent to Michael Page Poland, are gathered and processed by Michael Page Poland for the following purposes:
1. Entering them in the Michael Page Poland candidate database,
2. Using them for the current and future recruitment processes conducted by Michael Page Poland;
3. Making them available to potential employers;
4. Direct marketing of Michael Page Poland services;
5. Entrusting Michael Page Poland by employers with their projects connected with employee recruitment;
6. Adapting the image and functionality of this website to the needs of its users.
Access to personal data
Users of this website have, at any time, the right to get access to their personal data, as well as correct or delete them. Data can be corrected or deleted by getting in touch with Michael Page Poland at the following e-mail address: [email protected].
Processing of personal data
Protection of personal data
Data provided to Michael Page Poland are stored in compliance with the applicable regulations. Due to the fact that no online transfer of data is fully secure, Michael Page Poland is not able to ensure full security of personal data sent to Michael Page Poland. However, we do our best in order to ensure the highest possible level of security by available technical and organisational means.
Making personal data available
The administrator of the personal data provided by means of this website is Michael Page International (Poland) Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Złota 59, 00-120 Warsaw. Authorised employees of Michael Page Poland have access to the personal data. Furthermore, the data may be made available to other companies from PageGroup and our clients who look for candidates for the positions they offer. The data may also be made available to third parties which provide services to Michael Page Poland, but only to the extent which is necessary to provide these services by these parties to Michael Page Poland. At the same time, we inform that before the personal data are provided to clients in connections with the recruitment process conducted on behalf of such clients, we get in touch with the candidate to obtain their consent for providing the data. Furthermore, the personal data may be made available to bodies authorised by regulations in situations specified by the applicable law. At the same time, in the case of an acquisition, merger, takeover, liquidation or bankruptcy of Michael Page Poland, and in the case of sale of all or almost all assets, Michael Page Poland reserves the right to transfer the data, including the personal data, to third parties. Candidates will be immediately informed about such a situation and will have an opportunity to delete their data.
Candidates who will provide Michael Page Poland with their e-mail address can receive information on the current job offers from Michael Page Poland. At the bottom of each message, there is a link by means of which the user may resign from the subscription. Furthermore, there is a possibility of resigning from this service directly by sending such a request to the following e-mail address: [email protected].
Gathering statistical data about visitors and cookies
Furthermore, the website gathers data on the ways in which the visitors use it. These are not, however, data which enable users’ identification. Their aim is only to make the website’s operation smoother and adapt it to the users’ needs. This website also uses cookie files. More information on the way in which cookies are processed by Michael Page Poland can be found at this address: www.michaelpage.pl/en/cookies
Michael Page Poland ensures equal opportunities to everybody. For this reason, all candidates are treated by Michael Page Poland in the same way, irrespective of their ethnic origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, nationality, disability or age.
Michael Page Poland is the owner of the copyright to this website, texts published here, Michael Page logotypes and other logotypes owned by Page Group, other graphic and sound elements featured on the website. The owner of the trademarks which can be noticed on the sites which are part of the website is Michael Page Poland or our trade partners. It is forbidden to download data, copy or print any content and materials posted on the website, except for using them by the user only for their own purposes, and on condition that the form given to them by their authors and legally reserved remarks remain unchanged. It is forbidden to copy and distribute this content for any use without prior consent of Michael Page Poland. Furthermore, it is forbidden to make any attempts at decoding, disassembling or modifying the software, coding of the information posted on the website, as well as posting content which breaches intellectual property rights or other rights of Michael Page.