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Personal information—any information about a natural person, whose personality is identified or whose personality can be identified (data subject); a natural person, whose personality can be identified, is a person, whose personaltity can be directly or indirectly identified, first of all, according to the identifier, such as first name and last name, personal identification number, location data and internet identifier or referred to one or more natural person‘s physical, physiological, genetical, psychic, economical, cultural or social identity features.
Data subject—a person, who uses Company‘s services, visits webpages www.nurminen.lt and (or) contacts the Company for services or other purposes, as well as the Company‘s employee and candidate, who participates in staff selection and hiring.
Request—data subject request for implementing his/her rights.
Regulation—European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27th, 2016 regarding the safety of natural persons by processing personal data and due to the free movement of data, by which the Directive 95/46/EB (General data protection regulation) is annulled.
The Company processes personal data according to the legislation of EU and the Republic of Lithuania, which regulate personal data processing.
The capacity of processing personal data depends on ordered services and used services, the Company‘s legal relationships with data subject or other people and what kind of information a person provides, when orders and (or) uses services, visits webpages or refers to a Company.
Data is processed only when there is a legitimate processing criteria—in order to take actions data subject request prior to signing an agreement or executing it; with individual‘s consent; when the Company is obliged to process personal data according to legislation; when the Company is obliged to process personal data for data controller or third party‘s legitimate interest.
Company strives that personal data would be processed accurately, fair, and legitimate, so that it would be processed for the purposes they were gathered, and they would be processed in accordance with the principles and requirements of personal data processing as it is listed in legislature.
Usually, personal data is received directly from data subject, who submits it by visiting websites and (or) using Company supplied services.
Data can be automatically generated, when the client browses Company‘s websites.
Person is not required to provide personal information, but it is possible that actions like, selling services or invoicing, could not be completed if personal data is not provided.
Company processes personal information for the following purposes: delivering services; maintaining relationships with the clients; Promoting company awareness through social networks; information about clients and partners upgrade; accounting, invoicing, contract management and execution; requests management; search of employees; monitoring web site visitations, statistics and its analysis, improvement of websites; provision of legislative requirements, execution, and defense.
Data subject groups—people, who use Company‘s services, visit websites www.nurminen.lt and (or) candidates, who participate in staff selection; employees, clients, business partners.
These general personal information categories can be processed, but not limited to—first name, last name, personal identification number, workplace, occupation, self-employment certificate number, mobile telephone number, e-mail address, address, occupation, signature, IP address, website‘s browsing history and date, and other information, that is needed for service supply, maintaining relationships, for invoicing, and contract management, provision of legislative requirements.
Data receivers and receiver groups: public institutions and establishments, legal institutions; auditors, consultants in law and finances; third parties, providing accounting and other financial services, supervising Company‘s software, other people, who have to be provided with data in accordance with the procedure established by law.
Your personal data provided when candidating to a particular work position at the Company, is being processed with the purpose of signing an employment contract with you, as a potential employee.
Personal data is processed no longer than it is needed to achieve goals or no longer than it is required by data subjects and/or it is provided for by legislation.
Usually data is being processed for 10 years from the end of the agreement or the end of relationship with the clients.
At the end of staff selection, when there is no work contract with a candidate or, if a candidate submitted information without candidating to a particular job position in the Company, the candidate‘s information is kept for 1 (one) year or until data subject cancels agreement about data processing.
If data subject cancels agreement about data processing or the term of data processing ends (when data is processed on the data subject‘s agreement basis), only the data that has information confirming the agreement of the subject data is kept for 10 (ten) years from the end of the agreement or cancel of the agreement by striving to declare, process, or defend legislative Company‘s requirements.
Employees‘ personal information that is processed for inner management purposes, can be transferred and processed beyond EU/EEA boundaries, when transfer is required for work contracts establishment and execution. In this case, the Company takes actions that any employees‘ personal information submission beyond EU/EEA boundaries would be processed appropriately and employee‘s privacy rights would be protected at most. For this reason the Company establishes contracts, which have included standard EU Commission provisions accepted or other methods assuring protection, consolidated in the Regulation. Third country, which is not part of EU/EEA, where the receiver of employees‘ personal information is, by decision of EU Commision must assure sufficient level of personal information protection.
Data can be procesed by data processors, who provide the Company with accounting, maintaining IT applications, external audit, and other services.
Every data subject has following rights:
Data subject, after submitting valid identity document or in accordance with legistrature or electronic means of communication, which let appropriately identify a person, after confirming personal identity, has to in person, via post office, via envoy or via email, submit a written request with the purpose to implement his/her right. The Company, after receiving the data subject‘s request, no later than in 30 calendar days from data subject request, shall submit the answer. If needed, the term can be prolonged by the Company, according to the complexity of request and number, and having informed data subject.
Request can be submitted by these means: by phone +370 46 477712, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, at the office at Minijos g. 19, Klaipėda.
Company implements appropriate organizational and technical data protection tools, including protection from data processing without permission or illegal data processing and saving from unintentional loss, destruction or damage.
Personal data access is available only for those employees, service suppliers, and authorized data processors, to whom it is necessary in order to execute work functions or provide services.
The Company has created and controls social media network LinkedIn. All information that you provide in social media network LinkedIn (including messages, using „Like“ and „Follow“, and other type of communication) or which is received after visiting Company‘s LinkedIn network (including informaction that is received with the help of LinkedIn cookies), is controlled by the social network controller LinkedIn. For this reason, we recommend you read social network‘s LinkedIn privacy messages and contact it direcyly for your personal data usage.
As the LinkedIn Company network‘s administrator, the Company shall choose appropriate settings, according to its target audience and activity management and promotion goals. By letting the Company create its social network and administrate it, social network controller can restrict the possibility to change basic settings, and by doing this, the Company cannot impact what kind of information it will gather about you after the Company creates its social network.
All of such settings, chosen by Company, or established by social network controller, can have impact on your personal information processing using social media network LinkedIn, by visiting Company‘s network or reading Company‘s messages at social media network. Even if you only read the Company‘s messages via means of social media, the social network controller can get a particular piece of personal information such as, what kind of gadget you use and what is your IP address.
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Providing your information, you express your will that Company would refer to you about your request.
Last updated 31/10/2018