What your personal data are controlled/processed?
- To administrate the data base of candidates for a job, the Data Controller shall process the following data: name, surname, date of birth, telephone number, workplace, e-mail address, place of residence (address), education, knowledge of foreign language, desired post, desired salary, personal characteristics, work experience: last workplace, work experience if the workplace, position, other work experience; other information provided in the curriculum vitae, letter of reference and/or cover letter. Such data shall be processed on the basis of your consent. In case you do not present your curriculum vitae and/or cover letter, we would not be able to assess, if you are suitable for the offered position.
- Data of the employees of Softneta, UAB, related to employment, payment of remuneration and fulfilment of functions and obligations at Softneta, UAB.
- Data of the interested parties obtained under mutual contracts. The data obtained for the interested parties when completing a registration form for a remote webinar or technical training (in this case Data Controller shall process the following data: name, surname, e-mail address, duties, workplace, and additional information about the needs.
- Data of the interested parties obtained in e-mail requests, by telephone or in any other ways, by filling-in the form for newsletter subscription or in any other way.
- Personal data concerning health that is transferred to the personal data Processor (in this case, to Softneta, UAB) of personal health care authorities on the basis of individual contracts.
Terms and conditions of consent
Potential employees of “Softneta”, by submitting their CVs, qualification certificates, freely give their consent to manage their personal data to the data controller (“Softneta”) for employment purposes. If the recruitment announcement is presented on the website, together with the announcement, information is provided that by applying for the offered position, the potential candidate gives consent to manage his personal data to the data controller (“Softneta”) for employment purposes. If the consent is not submitted together with the documents and information about consent was not announced on the website together with recruitment announcement, the person responsible for the recruitment process at Softneta UAB asks to submit the consent by e-mail/other means available to the potential employee.
The employees of “Softneta” in signing contracts of employment give their consent to process their personal data to the controller (“Softneta”) for legal, personnel, administration and management purposes, company’s image improving purpose, including consent to sensitive data relating to processing, including as appropriate:
- information on physical or mental health in order to monitor temporary incapacity and to take decisions on the safety and health of workers;
- information relating to any criminal proceedings involving the employee for the purposes of insurance and in order to comply with legal requirements and obligations towards third parties;
- Contact information for contingencies;
- Banking and wage information.
Other conditions of the consent of the data subjects (Personal data managed by the Personal Data Controller, transferred to the Personal Data Processor (“Softneta”) on the basis of separate contracts):
- The award of contracts shall be an obligation to ensure that the other party (Personal data Controller) has obtained from the data subject consent to dispose of his/her data for the purposes of the performance of the contract.
The consent of interested parties to the use of personal data for the purposes of contract performance (when one of the parties to the contract is a natural person) can be included in a mutual contract or submitted in a separate document, which is treated as an integral annex to the contract.
The data subject shall have the right at any time to withdraw their consent. Withdrawal of consent shall not affect the legality of consent-based processing carried out prior to the withdrawal of consent. The data subject shall be informed of this before the consent is given. The data subject is informed about this before he gives his consent: the conditions of withdrawal of consent are described in the appendix of the employment contract in the section “Personal data” / in the mutual agreement with a natural person/ the potential employee is informed about the conditions of withdrawal by e-mail with the specified contact data or cancellation conditions are provided on the website where the recruitment is announced.
The consent of interested parties to the use of personal data for the marketing purposes is given by completing a registration form for a remote webinar or technical training.
How is your personal data processed?
Your personal data shall be processed in compliance with the requirements of the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania and other legislation. The Data Controller shall establish personal data processing measures and shall process such data by implementing appropriate technical and organizational measures, as prescribed by legislation, to protect processed personal data from accidental or unlawful destruction, damage, alteration, loss, disclosure as well as from any other unauthorised processing. Respective measures shall be established taking into account the risks arising from the processing of personal data.
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To whom your personal data can be disclosed?
- Where personal data are transferred to a third country or to an international organization, the data subject shall have the right to be informed about the appropriate safeguards relating to the transfer of data.
- The processing of data by the data processor shall be governed by a written contract which sets out the subject-matter and duration of the processing, the nature and purpose of the processing, the type of personal data and categories of data subjects and the obligations and rights of the controller. It sets out that the data processor shall process personal data only on the basis of documented instructions from the data controller, including those relating to the transfer of personal data to a third country or an international organization, except for the cases where it is required by the law of the Union or the Member State which is applicable to the data processor; in such a case, the data processor shall inform the data controller about such legal requirement prior to the processing of data, unless such notification is prohibited by that law for significant reasons of public interest.
What are your rights?
- to get access to the data: to obtain confirmation from the Data Controller as to whether or not personal data concerning him are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the processed personal data and any information specified below;
- to request rectification of inaccurate personal data related to him: the data controller should correct inaccurate personal data relating to him without any unjustifiable delay;
- to request supplement of incomplete personal data;
- to request erasure of the personal data related to him by the data controller without any unjustifiable delay (the right “to be forgotten”);
- to restrict data processing;
- to data portability (you have a right to request direct transfer of personal data by the data controller to the other data controller, where technically feasible;
- to object to processing of the data relating to the data subject for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the data controller or by a third party;
- to submit a complaint to us or to the State Data Protection Inspectorate, if you think that your, as the personal data subject’s, rights are and/or could be violated.
You can read more about your rights here.
How can you exercise your rights?
A person, in order to exercise his rights, must submit a written request to “Softneta” (in person, by mail, through a representative, or by means of electronic communication (signing with an electronic qualified signature). The request must be legible, signed by the person, the request must include: the person’s name, surname, place of residence, contact details, and information about which of the rights and to what extent he wishes to exercise them.
When submitting an application (the form can be found in the link: Request to exercise the data subject rights form), a person must confirm his identity:
- if the application is submitted directly upon arrival at the office of Softneta, UAB, address: K. Baršausko g. 59B, Kaunas, Lithuania – submit a document confirming the identity of the person;
- if the application is submitted by post to the address: K. Baršausko g. 59B, Kaunas, Lithuania – submit a copy of the personal identity document;
- if the application is submitted through a representative – submit a document confirming the representation;
- if the request is submitted by means of electronic communication (by e-mail email@example.com – sign with a qualified electronic signature.
We will respond to the applications, complaints or requests received in writing in accordance with the procedure and under terms established by legislation and will endeavour to provide you with the information as soon as possible but not later than within 30 (thirty) days from the day of receipt of your request. In exceptional cases, this term may be extended by further 30 (thirty) days upon your notification.
If we fail to provide you with the necessary information and/or if you have claims regarding the processing of your personal data, you will have a right to apply to the State Data Protection Inspectorate by submitting a complaint.
Updated on: 2024-02-27.