Which data do we process?
We process data that you provide or leave behind when using the services. This mainly includes data necessary to make your profile available as part of the services, e.g. the email address that you provide to us, e.g. in forms or windows available in our services, and data that you leave behind while navigating through our services, such as those in cookies. We also process data that you post in the services we provide to you as part of the so-called "hosting". In this case, our processing is limited solely to the provision of the virtual space where you post the data.
Who is the data controller?
WORKZ sp. z o. o., with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Pogonowskiego 18, 01-564 Warsaw, entered in the Register of Businesses, maintained by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw, 12, th Commercial Division of the National Court Register , under KRS number: 0000598398, share capital: 250000 PLN Tax Identification Number (NIP): 5223052410 ("WORKZ").
Data protection officer and their contact details
We have appointed a data protection officer: a person you can contact in all the matters related to processing of personal data and exercise of processing-related rights. If you would like to contact our data protection officer, use the contact details presented below:
Zety - Your Resume Builder
Pogonowskiego street 18,
01-564 Warsaw, PL
Why do we process your personal data?
We process the data in order to provide you with application services, customise them to you preferences, ensure security of the services (including detection of various bots and abuses), carry out statistical measurements and improve the services, so that they meet your expectations. Furthermore, your data will be processed for the purpose of marketing of WORKZ products and services and, with your consent, for the purpose of marketing of third-party products and services.
What is the legal basis for processing of your personal data?
The legal basis for the processing of your data for specific purposes is as follows:
- provision of services (including their customisation to your preferences), their analysis and improvement, and ensuring their security / Article 6(1(b)) GDPR (necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party).
- statistical measurement and data administrator’s marketing / Article 6(1(f)) GDPR (legitimate preferences of controllers).
- third-party marketing (including data analysis and profiling for marketing purposes)
How long will your personal data be processed?
Your data will be processed for third-party marketing purposes until you withdraw your consent to the processing. In respect of the services, your data will be processed for the period of service provision and, occasionally, afterwards; however, only where this is permitted or required by applicable law, e.g. for statistical, settlement- or claim-related purposes. In such cases, the data will only be processed for the period necessary for such purposes. In order to customise the content provided in the services to your preferences, detect bots and abuses, carry out statistical measurements and improve the services, your data will be processed for these purposes until you object to this or until you stop using the services.
Is it mandatory to provide the data?
Personal data are freely given. However, failure to give the data marked as necessary in order to enable service performance will prevent us from providing them to you.
Which recipients will receive your personal data?
Your data may be transferred to personal data processors acting on behalf of the data controller, e.g. IT service providers, marketing agencies, etc. However, such processors process the data under a contract with the data controller and solely under data controller’s instructions. Your data may also be prepared for bodies or authorities entitled to obtain them under applicable law, e.g. law-enforcement authorities, if the authority makes a relevant request under a relevant legal basis (e.g. for the purpose of ongoing criminal proceedings). In some cases, your data may be transferred to recipients from third countries, i.e. from countries outside of the European Economic Area, e.g. if this is necessary for the provision of the services to you or if this results from another valid legal basis. Relevant information in this respect is included in individual services.
What rights do you have in relation to processing of your personal data?
In specific described in binding law, cases, in relation to processing of your personal data by us, you have the following rights:
the right to access your data, including to obtain copies of the data,
the right to have your data rectified,
the right to erasure
the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority,
the right to restriction of processing.
the right to object
If your data are processed under your consent, you can additionally exercise the following rights:
the right to withdraw the consent to the extent in which the data are processed under such a basis. Withdrawal of the consent does not affect the lawfulness of data processing under the consent before its withdrawal.
If your data are processed under your consent or as part of a provided service (the data are necessary for service provision), you may additionally exercise the following rights:
the right to data portability, i.e. to receive your personal data from the data controller in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You may transmit the data to another data controller.
In order to exercise the above-mentioned rights, contact the data controller or the data protection officer (see contact details above).
Cookies are text files placed on your device by your web browser in order to store information used to identify you or remember the history of your actions on the website. Under Article 173(1) of the Telecommunications Law of 16 July 2004 (Dz. U. – Journal of Laws of 2004 No. 152 item 1223, as amended), please note that WORKZ places cookies on your device as part of your use of the services.
Storage of or access to cookies requires your consent. You can give your consent, using relevant settings of the software installed on your telecommunications terminal equipment or found in the service configuration.
You can determine conditions to store or access cookies by means of software settings or service configuration. However, we recommend that you keep standard settings for cookies, as disabling the option of accepting cookies may hinder or event prevent you from using certain services. If you do not wish us to store or access cookies and, therefore, you do not wish us to use customised services, you may opt out of storing cookies in your browser at any time.