Pursuant to Articles 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 679/2016 (hereinafter, “GDPR”), Libera S.r.l. wishes to inform you that the personal data that you will provide or that you have provided to us through the sending of your application or during the interview held with staff appointed by us will be treated according to principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency, respecting your confidentiality and current legislation.
1. DATA CONTROLLER
The owner of the processing of your personal data is Libera S.r.l., with registered office in Via Andreis 18/16/M, Cortile del Maglio, 10152 Turin, C.F. and P.IVA 07847980013 (hereinafter, for brevity, “Libera” or “Owner”).
2. NATURE OF THE DATA
The personal data subject to processing includes:
Your identification data (such as, by way of example, name, surname, age, sex, place and date of birth, private address, tax code, identity card number, passport, driving license, e-mail address, social security or welfare position number);
data relating to your education and your working career (such as, by way of example, current and previous employment, information on recruitment or professional training, curriculum vitae or employment record, references provided by third parties in your favour, professional skills, remuneration)
data relating to your health (information relating to your state of health or disability, if relevant to your ability or willingness to work or the need for a tailored workstation, for example, if you belong to certain protected categories).
3. PURPOSE AND LEGAL BASIS
The processing of your personal data, including the processing of special categories of personal data pursuant to Article 9 of the GDPR, is necessary to allow Libera to evaluate your application, for the purpose of your possible employment for a role for which you have applied or for roles that may become available in the future, in accordance with the provisions of Article 6.1(b) and 9(b) and (e) of the GDPR.
4. PROCESSING METHODS
In all phases of processing, the Data Controller ensures full compliance with the binding requirements contained in the GDPR and provided for by current national legislation on privacy. The collection of data, as well as from you, is carried out by drawing from public and private archives in compliance with the rights of access to them.
The organization of the data takes place not only on computer support, but also in paper form.
In particular, we specify that your personal data are processed
– by means of manual and computerized instruments
– by persons duly appointed to carry out these tasks, pursuant to art. 29 GDPR, constantly identified and / or appointed, properly trained and made aware of the constraints imposed by law;
– by third parties, duly appointed as data processors pursuant to art. 28 GDPR, who process the data in accordance with the instructions received from the Data Controller and the regulations in force, for the sole purpose of carrying out the purposes indicated in paragraph 3 above;
– with the use of security measures to ensure the protection of your privacy and to avoid the risks of loss or destruction, unauthorized access, unauthorized processing or processing that is not in accordance with the above purposes.
5. COMPULSORY OR OPTIONAL NATURE OF PROVIDING DATA AND CONSEQUENCES OF A POSSIBLE REFUSAL TO ANSWER
The provision of your personal data, as better indicated in paragraph 2 above, is mandatory and is functional to the pursuit of the purposes described in paragraph 3 above. Any refusal to do so would therefore make it impossible to follow up the process of evaluating your position with a view to your possible employment.
6. SUBJECTS TO WHOM PERSONAL DATA MAY BE COMMUNICATED
Your personal data will not be disclosed. They may be disclosed, exclusively for the purposes indicated above, only to persons duly appointed to process such information as authorized persons or persons in charge of processing.
In particular, the Data may be communicated, to the extent strictly necessary for the purposes pursued, to companies that may be entrusted with specific treatments, to firms of accountants and consultants responsible for bookkeeping, to banks, to third parties or associations with which the Owner collaborates, which will operate, respectively, as data processors under Art. 28 GDPR or as autonomous owners. These subjects come into possession only of personal data necessary for the performance of their functions and may use them only in order to perform such services on behalf of the Owner or to comply with legal requirements. The Data may also be communicated to the police, to judicial authorities, and to subjects who can access them by virtue of legal provisions or secondary or community regulations.
7. DURATION OF TREATMENT
Your personal data will be processed by the Data Controller for the time necessary for your evaluation for the purposes of the possible establishment of a working relationship. If you receive and accept a job offer from Libera, the personal data collected in the period prior to your employment will become part of the personal file that concerns you and will be kept throughout the course of your employment for which, in any case, you will be provided with an independent information.
8. RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECTS
According to art. 15 et seq. of the GDPR, each data subject has the right, at any time and free of charge, to request information on the existence of the data processing, the period of storage of the data, to obtain a copy, to rectify, integrate or update them and / or delete them.
The data subject has the right to obtain the limitation of the processing of data and to receive a copy in a commonly used and machine-readable format.
To exercise these rights, users can send a written request to Libera, at the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the data subject believes that his rights had been violated by the Data Controller and / or a third party, he has the right to complain to the Italian Data Protection Authority and / or other competent supervisory authority.