1/ Who is responsible for processing your data?
According to the General Data Protection Regulation, the data controller is JEMS (389 309 360 R.C.S. NANTERRE), 8, rue de l’hôtel de ville – 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, hereinafter “we“, “us”, “our“, “its“, “its” or “JEMS”. The contact details of its delegate are email@example.com
2/ Why is your personal data used and on what basis?
JEMS processes your personal data when you contact our services, by email, by telephone or by any other means of communication. Below are the reasons why we process your data:
- The management of your application files in the context of recruitment procedures. This processing is necessary for the legitimate interests of JEMS to have additional human resources. Your consent may be requested so that JEMS can keep your file in order to propose offers that may correspond to your profile.
- Commercial management, in particular in order to (1) select service providers, and (2) meet the technical and commercial needs of customers and prospects. This processing is based on (1) the need to carry out pre-contractual and contractual measures, and (2) the need to comply with one or more legal obligations, particularly in the context of invoicing.
- To respond to and process your requests in the context of exercising your rights under the GDPR. This processing is based on the legal obligation to respect the exercise of rights arising from articles 15 to 23 of the RGPD.
- To ensure the proper functioning and security of the website. This processing is based on the legitimate interest of JEMS to improve its website and to offer a secure navigation.
- To carry out analyses of the website audience. This processing is based on the legitimate interest of JEMS to operate statistics on the visits to its website in order to improve the quality of navigation. You can set your choices regarding this data collection below.
3/ How long do we keep your information?
Your information is kept for a period of time strictly necessary for the pursuit of the objectives mentioned above or to satisfy legal, regulatory, administrative or judicial obligations.
4/ Who has access to your data?
Some of your data may be accessible to employees in the administrative, recruitment, human resources, project management, customer and commercial relations, accounting and management control, and IT departments.
JEMS may communicate information within the JEMS Group, to its external service providers, subcontractors and partners whose intervention is strictly necessary to achieve one of the above-mentioned purposes.
Finally, within the framework of its legal and regulatory obligations, JEMS may be required to provide certain data to the police, judicial and/or administrative authorities, in particular within the framework of legal proceedings, when they request it.
5/ Is your data processed outside the European Economic Area (E.E.A.)?
It is possible that companies located outside the E.E.A. – or part of an international group of companies within which information circulates freely – may have access to your data in the context of a transfer, storage or processing.
These transfers are made on an occasional basis, to a limited number of persons outside the E.E. where necessary to enable JEMS to carry out this data processing. In this case, we ensure that the processing of your information is controlled to provide appropriate safeguards for the protection of privacy and fundamental rights in accordance with this policy.
6/ What are your rights? How to exercise them?
In accordance with the GDPR and the French Data Protection Act, you have the right to access, rectify and delete information concerning you, as well as the right to limit, portability and opposition for legitimate reasons.
In order to ensure that your requests for rights are processed in the best possible conditions, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to respond to your request within the statutory time limits.
In the event of an unsatisfactory response, you are entitled to refer the matter to the National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties (CNIL) via the complaints portal (https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes) or by post to the following address Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, 3, Place de Fontenoy, TSA 80715 – 75334 PARIS CEDEX 07.
7/ How do we protect your data?
In our capacity as data controller, we implement appropriate technical and organizational measures, in accordance with regulatory provisions, to prevent any breach of confidentiality, availability or integrity of your personal information.
8/ Setting of cookie
If you consent, we also share information about your use of our site with our partners who may then combine it with other information you have provided to them or that they have collected through the use of their services.
During your first visit to the site, you may have been asked to make a choice regarding the deposit of cookies. You can modify your choices at any time by clicking on this link: Personal data
9/ Modification of this policy
Last update: 18/05/2020.