Privacy Policy

personal data processing

Dear Sirs and Madams,
the personal data that we obtain through the application or contact forms on this website are used to contact you to present offers for participation in recruitments managed by the LSJ HR Group, job offers, personal counselling, specific training, and offers for foreigners to legalize their stay and work in Poland.

Dear Sirs and Madams,
under Regulation no. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the 27th of April 2016 on the protection of individuals concerning the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and by repealing the Directive 95/46 / WE [hereinafter: GDPR], we would like to inform you that based on the concluded agreement, we process your data in the LSJ HR Group as Co-administrators.

1. The co-administrators of your data are:

  • The LSJ HR Group Ireneusz Sozański company with its registered office in Szczecin 70-644, ul. Celna 1, TAX number 858 110 83 40, REGON 320198164, Phone + 48 91 814 5252, email: biuro@lsj.pl


and

  • LSJ HR Group Sp. z o. o. Sp. k. with its registered office in Szczecin 70-412, al. Niepodległości 22, registered in the National Court Register kept by the District Court in Szczecin, under the number 0000596539, TAX number 955 238 60 54, Phone + 48 91 814 5252, email: biuro@lsj.pl 2. The co-administrators appointed a Data Protection Officer that you can contact at the office of both Co-administrators by sending a post to our address or a mail to the following address: iod@lsj.pl 


3. Objectives and legal grounds for the processing of personal data Your data may be processed to:

  • make contact to present an offer to participate in recruitment, based on your consent, i.e. the Art.6, subparagraph 1, point A. in GDPR;
  • conduct the recruitment process, based on your consent and under the Act on the provision of electronic services;
  • sharing your data with our Clients (Employers) for whom we recruit, based on your consent;
  • performance of an employment contract, temporary employment contract, order or contract for a referral to work abroad, under the Art.6, subparagraph 1, point B. in GDPR;
  • legalization of stay and work in Poland for people recruited from abroad, based on your consent and the Act on foreigners;
  • fulfil the legal obligations incumbent on the Co-administrators in the field of personnel, financial, accounting and administrative matters, under the Art. 6, subparagraph1, point C. of GDPR, including obligations under the Act on employment promotion and labour market institutions and the Act on the employment of temporary workers.


4. The legitimate interest in processing your data, under the Art. 6, subparagraph 1, point F. of the GDPR is:

  • transfer of personal data between the Co-administrators, parties to the agreement;
  • direct marketing of our services in the field of new job offers, training, personal counselling and legalization of the stay of foreigners in Poland;
  • establishing, pursuing claims and defending against claims that may arise from concluded contracts.


5. Your data may be transferred to our Clients (Employers), subcontractors based on the cooperation agreements concluded with us, including entrustment agreements, i.e. IT service providers, entities operating our IT systems and Database development, entities providing services of personal consultancy and specialist training as well as authorized public entities (Voivodship Office, City Hall, District Labour Office) and entities providing occupational medicine services. Your data will not be transferred to third countries, i.e. outside the European Economic Area. 6. The period of your data retention:

  • data provided to us only for a specific recruitment process will be destroyed after its completion;
  • the data provided based on your consent to their use in future recruitments will be stored until the consent is withdrawn, but not longer than 5 years;
  • personal data processed under the contracts concluded with us, will be kept within the contract duration, and after its termination for the period necessary to fulfil the legal obligations imposed on the Co-administrators, including the archiving of employee, accounting and tax documents;
  • data processed for direct marketing of our services will be stored until you object it;
  • personal data processed in connection with the pursuit of claims or defence against claims, will be stored until the expiry of the limitation period for claims.


7. Rights resulting from the GDPR

  • At any time, you have the right to: access your data, rectify it, delete it, limit or object to processing it, and the right to transfer data to another administrator.
  • In terms of data processed based on consent, you have the right to withdraw consent to their processing at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing, which was made based on consent before its withdrawal.
  • In any case, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.


You can exercise these rights by submitting an application/request to our contact details provided above, including the contact details of the Data Protection Officer.

8. Information on the requirement/conditions for providing personal data

  • Providing personal data as a part of the recruitment process is voluntary, but failure in providing them will result in the refusal to participate in the recruitment process.
  • Providing personal data in the framework of an employment contract, temporary work, order or contract for a referral to work abroad is a statutory requirement resulting from the Labor Code, the Civil Code and/or the Act on the employment of temporary workers. Refusal to provide this data will result in the refusal to conclude the contract.


9. Your data may be processed in an automated or partially automated manner, however, they will not be used to make decisions which are based solely on automated processing, including profiling.

Dear Sirs and Madams,

the personal data that we obtain through the application or contact forms on this website are used to contact you to present offers for participation in recruitments managed by the LSJ HR Group, job offers, personal counselling, specific training, and offers for foreigners to legalize their stay and work in Poland.

Dear Sirs and Madams,

under Regulation no. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the 27th of April 2016 on the protection of individuals concerning the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and by repealing the Directive 95/46 / WE [hereinafter: GDPR], we would like to inform you that based on the concluded agreement, we process your data in the LSJ HR Group as Co-administrators.

1. The co-administrators of your data are:

1) The LSJ HR Group Ireneusz Sozański company with its registered office in Szczecin 70-644, ul. Celna 1, TAX number 858 110 83 40, REGON 320198164, Phone + 48 91 814 5252, email: biuro@lsj.pl

and

2) LSJ HR Group Sp. z o. o. Sp. k. with its registered office in Szczecin 70-412, al. Niepodległości 22, registered in the National Court Register kept by the District Court in Szczecin, under the number 0000596539, TAX number 955 238 60 54, Phone + 48 91 814 5252, email: biuro@lsj.pl 2. The co-administrators appointed a Data Protection Officer that you can contact at the office of both Co-administrators by sending a post to our address or a mail to the following address: iod@lsj.pl 3.

Objectives and legal grounds for the processing of personal data Your data may be processed to:

1) make contact to present an offer to participate in recruitment, based on your consent, i.e. the Art.6, subparagraph 1, point A. in GDPR;

2) conduct the recruitment process, based on your consent and under the Act on the provision of electronic services;

3) sharing your data with our Clients (Employers) for whom we recruit, based on your consent;

4) performance of an employment contract, temporary employment contract, order or contract for a referral to work abroad, under the Art.6, subparagraph 1, point B. in GDPR;

5) legalization of stay and work in Poland for people recruited from abroad, based on your consent and the Act on foreigners;

6) fulfil the legal obligations incumbent on the Co-administrators in the field of personnel, financial, accounting and administrative matters, under the Art. 6, subparagraph1, point C. of GDPR, including obligations under the Act on employment promotion and labour market institutions and the Act on the employment of temporary workers.

4. The legitimate interest in processing your data, under the Art. 6, subparagraph 1, point F. of the GDPR is:

1) transfer of personal data between the Co-administrators, parties to the agreement;

2) direct marketing of our services in the field of new job offers, training, personal counselling and legalization of the stay of foreigners in Poland;

3) establishing, pursuing claims and defending against claims that may arise from concluded contracts.

5. Your data may be transferred to our Clients (Employers), subcontractors based on the cooperation agreements concluded with us, including entrustment agreements, i.e. IT service providers, entities operating our IT systems and Database development, entities providing services of personal consultancy and specialist training as well as authorized public entities (Voivodship Office, City Hall, District Labour Office) and entities providing occupational medicine services. Your data will not be transferred to third countries, i.e. outside the European Economic Area. 6. The period of your data retention:

1) data provided to us only for a specific recruitment process will be destroyed after its completion;

2) the data provided based on your consent to their use in future recruitments will be stored until the consent is withdrawn, but not longer than 5 years;

3) personal data processed under the contracts concluded with us, will be kept within the contract duration, and after its termination for the period necessary to fulfil the legal obligations imposed on the Co-administrators, including the archiving of employee, accounting and tax documents;

4) data processed for direct marketing of our services will be stored until you object it;

5) personal data processed in connection with the pursuit of claims or defence against claims, will be stored until the expiry of the limitation period for claims.

7. Rights resulting from the GDPR

1) At any time, you have the right to: access your data, rectify it, delete it, limit or object to processing it, and the right to transfer data to another administrator.

2) In terms of data processed based on consent, you have the right to withdraw consent to their processing at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing, which was made based on consent before its withdrawal.

3) In any case, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

You can exercise these rights by submitting an application/request to our contact details provided above, including the contact details of the Data Protection Officer.

8. Information on the requirement/conditions for providing personal data

1) Providing personal data as a part of the recruitment process is voluntary, but failure in providing them will result in the refusal to participate in the recruitment process. 2) Providing personal data in the framework of an employment contract, temporary work, order or contract for a referral to work abroad is a statutory requirement resulting from the Labor Code, the Civil Code and/or the Act on the employment of temporary workers. Refusal to provide this data will result in the refusal to conclude the contract.

9. Your data may be processed in an automated or partially automated manner, however, they will not be used to make decisions which are based solely on automated processing, including profiling.

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Website Regulation

1. The co-administrators of this Website are the following companies: LSJ HR Group Sp. z o. o. Sp.k. based in Szczecin, Aleja Niepodległości 22, email : biuro@lsj.pl and LSJ HR Group Ireneusz Sozański based in Szczecin, ul.Celna 1, email: biuro@lsj.pl [hereinafter: Service Provider, LSJ HR Group].

2. The website is made available to people using it [hereinafter: User, Service Recipient] to be able to get acquainted with the services provided by LSJ HR Group, therein ongoing recruitment, job offers in Poland and abroad, both for Polish citizens and foreigners.

3. To contact the User and provide our services, under the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services, through this website we may process the following personal data:

  • surname and first names,
  • PESEL identification number or - if this number has not been assigned - the number of a passport, ID card or other document confirming identity;
  • registered address for permanent residence;
  • correspondence address (if different from the address referred to in point 3);
  • electronic address,
  • voluntarily attached User's CV.


4.Personal data and other information entered into contact forms on the Website are voluntary and are processed only with the consent of the User.

5. The information and materials published on the Website are for informational purposes only and do not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Civil Code provisions.

6. LSJ HR Group is not responsible for the correctness and timeliness of the information and materials posted by Users on the Website.

7.No information or materials containing content contrary to Polish and international law, racist, fascist, promoting violence, inciting religious, racial or religious hatred, as well as no websites promoting content generally considered morally reprehensible or violating ethical principles will be added to this Website.

8. Unless expressly stated otherwise, all trademarks and materials that can be viewed or read on the Site are protected by copyrights . Printing, copying or duplication of all or part of this Site, or any information or materials for non-private use, is permitted only with the written consent of LSJ HR Group.

9. Please be advised that the website may contain computer viruses or other harmful elements - the Service Provider is not responsible for any damages that may arise in connection with the use of the website by the User.