In all the cases provided for in the Policy, the controller of your personal data shall be Brolis Sensor Technology UAB , legal entity code 305198973, registered office address Molėtų pl. 73, LT-14259 Vilnius, Lithuania.
We understand the importance of protection of your personal data, therefore we collect and process only the data necessary for the performance of our activities. We shall process the data lawfully, in a transparent and fair manner, for the purposes set forth in advance and only in the scope required for the achievement of th-ese purposes. During processing of personal data we shall ensure accuracy, security, confidentiality, due retention and storage thereof.
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA UPON SUBMISSION OF REQUESTS, INQUIRIES AND/OR COMPLAINTS
The Company shall process your personal data when you submit a request, inquiry and/or complaint on this website, by e-mail, post or telephone to the Company.
In the said cases, the Company shall process your personal data:
- For the purposes of administration of the requests, inquiries and/or complaints, in order to ensure quality of the services provided;
- Based on your consent, which you provide by your actions of submission of requests, inquiries and/or complaints.
When you contact the Company by phone, in writing or personally, seeking to examine your request, inquiry and/or complaint, provide information and ensure quality of the services, the Company shall have the right to register the information you provide in the internal Company’s information system.
The Company asks to comply with the following minimum requirements for protection of your personal data when contacting the Company:
- Avoid stating such personal data as the personal ID number, date of birth, bank account number, licence plate number, real property information, medical data, and other special category or sensitive personal data, etc. in the requests, inquiries and/or complaints (e-mail, written documents, website) or in the titles of the files attached;
- Avoid stating your personal ID number, bank account number, licence plate number, real property information, medical data, and other special category or sensitive personal data in the texts of requests, inquiries and/or complaints or during telephone conversations, if they are not directly related to the request, inquiry and/or complaint, and indicate other personal data only in the scope necessary for the achievement of the purposes such requests, inquiries and/or complaints were submitted for.
If the Company requires additional information in order to examine your request, inquiry and/or complaint, the Company shall use your contact information in order to contact you.
The Company shall retain the personal data you provide that is processed for the purposes of administration of the requests, inquiries and/or complaints and ensuring the quality of the services provided, as long as it is deemed necessary in order to examine and respond to your request, inquiry and/or complaint and in accordance with the requirements for retention of documents of such nature as set forth in the legal acts, to present or defend the legal requirements subject to the limitation period, and if such have been presented – only in the scope necessary to achieve this purpose.
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA FOR THE PURPOSES OF EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT
The Company shall process your personal data if, when you wish to join the Company’s team, you submit your personal data on this website.
The Company shall process the personal data you provide:
- For staff recruitment purposes;
- Based on your consent, which you provide by your actions of submission of your personal data.
The Company shall retain your personal data submitted via www.brolis-sensor.com website for the purposes of staff recruitment until the end of the specific selection procedure.
The Company hereby notes that your personal data can be received from the third parties, for example, from the companies managing job posting sites or recruitment agencies, if you provided such data to them, as well as from the publicly accessible sources where you published your personal data.
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
The Company shall process your personal data for the direct marketing purposes upon receipt of your clear consent for processing of such data, e.g., by subscribing to our newsletters, etc. (data processing ground – your consent).
Your name, e-mail address and telephone number may be processed for the direct marketing purposes.
The Company shall cease processing of your personal data for the direct marketing purposes upon receipt of your clear notification that you no longer wish to receive any information related to direct marketing, e.g., by unsubscribing from the newsletter services. You can do it by clicking on the link provided at the bottom of our newsletters.
The Company does not use any software or other technological solutions, which, perform profiling of your personal data and make automated decisions on the basis of your personal data provided.
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA ON THE WEBSITE
When you visit our website, the Company may process the Visitor’s IP address, network and location data, where the Visitor provides these data. The data shall be collected with the help of cookies and other similar technologies on the customer consent basis.
The Company hereby emphasises that the use of functional and analytical cookies is the condition of use of the website. If you refuse the use of these cookies, the Company shall be unable to guarantee proper functioning of this website.
For the purposes of website statistics, analysis and related purposes, certain technical data describing your website history (IP address, cookies, technical information on the browser you are using, and other information related to browser operation and website browsing) may be transferred or made accessible to single subjects both in and outside the European Economic Area (e.g., when we use Google Analytics service, this subject is a company operating in the United States of America). In non-EEA states, the personal data may be granted a lower level of protection than in the EEA states, however, the Company shall carefully consider the conditions under which such your personal data will be later processed and retained following transfer to the aforesaid subjects.
Information on the cookies used
CMSSESSIDX – the standard cookie used to support a user session. It is created at the moment of entry to the website and is valid until the website window is closed.
cookiesLevelX – the cookie used to recognise which cookies you allow us to use on our website. It is created at the moment of acceptance and is valid until it is deleted.
_ga – this cookie is used by Google Analytics to evaluate the purposes of the user visit, to generate reports about website traffic for site operators and to improve customer experience during their visit. It is created at the moment of acceptance and is valid for a period of 2 years.
_gat – these cookies are used for collection of statistical information about website traffic via Google Analytics. It is created on your first visit on the website and is valid until the end of the session.
_gid – this cookie is used to distinguish the Person via Google Analytics. It is created on your first visit on the website and is valid for 2 days.
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Types of cookies
We use session, long-term, first party or third party cookies. The definitions of these terms are provided below to help you understand the cookies we use and what we use them for. The session cookies allow us to recognise you after a single visit at our website so that all settings and preferences would be stored when you browse from page to page. These cookies allow you to move quickly and easily in many different pages of the website, preventing you from having to set your preferences repeatedly. The session cookies are temporary and are deleted as soon as you close the browser or sign out from the website.
The long-term cookies are cookies stored on your computer for a set period after the end of the browsing session, therefore, they can save certain user preferences or actions, when the website is visited repeatedly.
Third party cookies
First party cookies
These are cookies necessary for adequate functioning of our website.
Social network cookies:
We can integrate functions from the third party websites into our website, particularly those of certain social networks. These functions are commonly associated with scenarios or other elements able to read, and sometimes store, the cookies of those social networks on your device. These cookies allow to adapt the advertising to your needs. Even though we do not have access to these cookies and data they collect, and are unable to control them, we would like to inform you about it and receive your consent for the use of such elements. More information is available in the list of possible social network cookies provided below.
Links to the third party websites:
A person can delete or block cookies by selecting the respective settings in the browser that allow refusing the use of all or part of the cookies. Please note that using the browser settings that block the cookies (including mandatory cookies) could cause problems with using all or part of the website functions.
Cookie management and removal
You can manage and/or delete cookies – more information is available here: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/. You can delete the cookies stored on your device and change the browser settings that prevent installation of cookies, however, doing so may prevent proper functioning of the website.
DATA PROCESSORS AND OTHER DATA RECIPIENTS
The Company may engage the services of certain suppliers (data processors) for the purposes of processing of your personal data. Such data processors are: companies rendering data centre services, companies performing browsing or website traffic analysis and rendering the respective services, companies designing, supplying, supporting and developing software, companies providing IT infrastructure services, the communication, security, recruitment, mail and other service providers, who have access to your personal data in the scope necessary for the provision of their services.
In the presence of the sufficient legitimate grounds (for example, where it is necessary for conclusion or performance of a contract, or where you have been duly informed about such disclosure), the data may be transferred to our business partners, associates, contracting authorities and contracting parties in the scope related to the performance of the Company’s contractual obligations or regular activities.
The Company has a duty prescribed by the legal acts, in the cases and procedure prescribed thereby, to collect and provide your personal data to the competent authorities and other persons as required by the legal acts of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania in force. If it is not prejudicial to the legal acts, the Company shall retain the right to disclose personal data only in the scope the Company deems necessary to ensure the duties and functions of the requesting authority.
DATA RETENTION PERIOD
Your personal data may be retained for a period longer than indicated above, if:
- It is necessary in order to ensure the Company’s ability to defend itself against demands, complaints or claims, and to exercise its rights;
- There are substantiated suspicions of unlawful activities under the ongoing investigation;
- Your data are necessary for proper resolution of a dispute or complaint;
- Your data are necessary for backup copies or other purposes related to operation and maintenance of the information system;
- There are other grounds set forth in the legal acts.
YOUR RIGHTS IN THE FIELD OF PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
You shall have the following rights in respect to protection of your personal data:
- To familiarise with own personal data and a manner in which they are processed;
- To request to correct any incorrect, incomplete and inaccurate data;
- To request that your personal data are deleted or to restrict processing of personal data, when personal data are processed in prejudice to the requirements of the legal acts or in the presence of other legal grounds;
- To request to transfer your personal data to other data controllers or provide them to you directly in a format acceptable to you (applicable to the personal data, which you provided, and which are processed by automatic means under the contract or consent);
- To disagree with processing of your personal data, if they are processed on the grounds of lawful interests except in cases, where there are legal grounds for such processing or seeking to declare, fulfil or defend legal requirements;
- To withdraw your consent at any time, if your personal data are processed on the basis of your consent;
- To contact competent authorities in order to establish any possible violations.
If you have any questions regarding processing of your personal data, please contact the Company by e-mail email@example.com.
Seeking to protect personal data from unlawful disclosure, upon receipt of your request for exercise of your rights, the Company shall be obliged to verify your identity. For this purpose, the Company may ask you to state your name, surname, e-mail address or telephone number, or arrive personally to the Company’s registered office at Molėtų pl. 73, Vilnius, LT-14259 Vilnius, Lithuania, and submit a document confirming your identity. Executing this verification, the Company may also send a control message using the contact details available (SMS or e-mail) asking to perform the authorisation. If the verification procedure is unsuccessful (e.g., there are discrepancies between the data you indicate and data available to the Company, or your authorisation cannot be completed by an SMS or e-mail message), the Company shall determine that you are not the subject of the data requested and will reject your request.
HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?
If you have any questions related to this Policy or you have any requests related to processing of your personal data, you can contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details of the Company acting as the data controller: Brolis Sensor Technology UAB, legal entity code: 305198973, address: Molėtų pl. 73, LT-14259 Vilnius, Lithuania.
The visitors must understand that by continuing using this website following implementation of the Policy updates, they shall agree with the modifications implemented.
If any provision of the Policy is deemed null and void, it shall not have impact on the legitimacy and validity of the remaining provisions of the Policy.
The Policy shall apply as of the date of its publication on the Company’s website.
Job Applicant Privacy Notice
As part of any recruitment process, Brolis Sensor Technology (“Brolis Sensor Technology”, “us,” or “we”) collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants.
What information do we collect?
We collect a range of information about you. This includes:
- Name and surname.
- E-mail address.
- Telephone number.
- Details of your qualifications, skills, experience and employment history.
- Attachments to your CV.
- Cover letter.
- LinkedIn URL.
- Other information submitted by you.
Why does Brolis Sensor Technology process personal data?
We have a legitimate interest to assess candidates for employment positions. We need to process data to take steps at your request prior to entering into an employment agreementwith you. In some cases, we need to process data to ensure that we are complying with our legal obligations. If you are a successful candidate, we need to process your data to create an employment record.
Who has access to data?
Your information may be shared internally for the purposes of the recruitment exercise. This includes members of the HR and recruitment team, interviewers involved in the recruitment process, managers in the business area with a vacancy and IT staff, if access to the data is necessary for the performance of their roles.
For how long does Brolis Sensor Technology keep data?
When you apply for a particular job position, we, in general, will store your personal data until the end of the recruitment for a particular position. If you become an employee, we will save your application information within the employee file.