For what purposes do we process your personal information?
We process personal data for a wide variety of purposes, and here we describe the needs and situations that we face in handling various personal data.
Information in the customer register is being processed for customer relationship management and development.
Information in the stakeholder register is being processed for business development and corporate co-operation.
We use the marketing register information to market our services.
Information in the job seeker register is being processed for recruitment decisions.
Information in the employee register is being processed so we can fulfill our obligations as an employer.
We use data from the CCTV surveillance register to ensure security.
To whom are we releasing or transferring your information?
We may disclose your personal information to third parties if our operations require it or you have given us consent for the release. Such parties may be, for example, our partners and state authorities.
We have also entered into contracts with certain service providers who, as part of the service they provide, can process your personal information on our behalf. In these situations, we have concluded the appropriate agreements with the service providers and have thus ensured the proper handling of personal data in these situations as well.
How do we protect your information?
Appropriate protection of personal information is important for us and we have various technical and organizational methods and safeguards to ensure adequate data protection for personal information. In addition, we restrict access of our staff to personal information by managing access rights based on different employee roles.
How long will we keep your information?
We will keep your information as long as it is needed for our business or as long as this is required by legislation that is compulsory for us. Times of keeping are different for different registers.
Rights of an individual
You may, in certain circumstances, have an opportunity to influence your personal data processing, for example, by giving your permission for direct advertising purposes or prohibiting such permission. In addition, in certain situations, you have the right to access your personal information or to request removal of your information or updating incorrect information.