When you visit GR Consult’s website, data about you will be collected. This data is used to adapt and improve our content. If you do not wish for such data to be collected, you should delete your cookies (refer to these guidelines) and avoid further use of the website. Below, we have elaborated on the types of data that are collected and for which purposes.
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Personal data is any kind of data that, in one way or another, is related to you. When you use our website, we collect and process some types of such information. This occurs when you access content, sign up for our newsletter or send us a message via the contact form.
Typically, we collect and process the following types of data: technical data and a unique ID on your computer, tablet or mobile phone; your IP number; you geographical location; and which pages you visit (i.e., interests). Depending on the extent to which you express your explicit consent, we will process the following information (which you type into the website yourself): name, telephone number and email. This typically takes place if you set up a log-in to receive our newsletter.
Collection of personal data related to services
Generally, we collect and process personal and client information so that we can deliver our services and agreements.
Particularly, we process personal and client information in connection to these services:
If you apply for a position which GR Consult is responsible for manning on behalf of a client, you must be aware that:
- We record the personal data on your CV, application and other files you have uploaded for a period of six months from your registration in the HR system.
- Key persons on the recruiting team/hiring company have access to the personal data on your CV, application and other files you have submitted.
- We do not contact references without your prior approval.
- You are entitled to gain insight into the information we have registered about you, and at any time you can ask us to delete your personal data. You can do this by sending an email to: email@example.com
- The personal data on your CV, application and other documents will be automatically deleted after six months.
In relation to our recruiting services, we have entered into a data processing agreement with the supplier of our recruiting system to ensure compliance with the legislation of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Onboarding and other HR Business Partner services
In connection with the counselling of managers about such HR tasks as onboarding, the following types of data are stored so that we can deliver the best counselling possible: name, telephone number and email address.
We have adopted the necessary technical and organisational measures to ensure that your information is not – in an unforeseen or illegal way – published, lost, undermined or accessed by unauthorised persons, or abused or processed contrary to the legislation.
We use the information to deliver the services you have requested, such as, for example, sending you a newsletter. Furthermore, we use the information to optimise our services and content.
The information is stored for the time period allowed by the legislation; we delete the information when it is no longer relevant. For our recruiting services, this time period is six months. For our remaining services, the period depends on the type of information and the reason for its storage. Consequently, it is not possible to provide a general time frame as to when this type of information will be deleted.
Transmission of information
We collaborate with a series of third parties on the storage and processing of data. These parties process data only on our behalf and may not use this data for their own purposes.
Transmission of personal data, such as name and email, will take place only if you provide your consent. We cooperate with data processors only in the EU or in countries that are able to adequately protect your data.
Insight and complaints
You are entitled to obtain insight into the personal data we process about you. Furthermore, at any time you can object and withdraw your consent to our use of your data. If the data processed about you is incorrect, you are entitled to either a correction or a deletion. You can request this in writing by sending a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to complain about the processing of your personal data, you can also contact the Danish Data Protection Authority.
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