Privacy and Legal Notice

PREMISE
Eurosearch Consultants S.r.l., with a registered office in Turin, is a company whose business is Personnel Research and Selection, properly accredited at the Ministry of Welfare and operating within the code of professional ethics. It performs its activities with full regard for equality of the sexes and without discrimination against any candidate and in pursuance of Legislative Decree 903/77 and 125/91 and also current legislation.
DATA CONTROLLER
The data controller is Eurosearch Consultants with a registered office in C.so Vittorio Emanuele II, 98, Turin and in the person of its Legal Representative, the company's Sole Director, domiciled at the Company’s headquarters.
PURPOSE OF THE DATA PROCESSING
All collected data will be processed fairly and properly and will be used solely by Eurosearch Consultants group, with the prior approval of the people concerned, for the activities of Personnel Research and Selection for Companies, Organizations and Societies or for Eurosearch Consultants itself.
DATA COLLECTION
Data will be collected by Eurosearch Consultants Group, via mail, facsimile, e-mail or personally and this includes information referring to professional experiences in the form of the curriculum vitae of any concerned person. This also includes any further information freely provided by the concerned person during phone calls or meetings with people working for Eurosearch Consultants Group.
The collection only refers to common data that will be treated strictly within the limits as described previously in point 3. The subject will not be requested to provide data referring to his physical condition, racial and ethnic origins, religious and political beliefs, sexual orientation/habits and all information considered as sensitive personal data as defined by the Legislative Decree 196/2003. Any sensitive data the concerned person disclose will always be deleted.
DATA SUPPLY – CONSENT FOR PROCESSING
The personal data supply, for the purposes listed at point 3, is optional.  Eurosearch Consultants Group cannot be responsible for any relevant personal information withheld by the candidate which impedes the ability of Eurosearch Consultants Group to provide the client with the full list of activities for search and selection of human asset.
Sending a curriculum vitae and/or the compilation of the pre-compiled form, during the personal interview with qualified consultants of the Eurosearch Consultants group, implies the reading of this statement by the subject, or of the same version available on the company website, and the consent to the processing of personal data which may begin the process of evaluation and selection of the candidates qualifications for the position being sought.
For any other data processing by Eurosearch Consultants group, in particular for communication to third parties, the subject will be asked to give written consent.
The subject is invited to write at the bottom of his curriculum vitae, sent via mail or in the covering letter, the following statement, followed by a signature: “In compliance with the Law 196/2003, having read the privacy policy statement on the company website, I agree to my personal data treatment by Eurosearch Consultants to evaluate my qualities for the staff search and selection process in order to progress my application for the position in hand”. Afterwards, in the case of continuation of the relationship, or of recording of personal data or curriculum vitae in the information system for future searches, the subject will be asked to sign a consent at the bottom of this statement.
This statement is issued and subscribed as an attachment to the form filled in during the interview with Eurosearch Consultants Group’s staff.
DATA DISCLOSURE
To fulfil the purposes stated above, the personal data of the interested person can be shared with public or private subjects committing a staff search or selection on behalf of Eurosearch Consultants Group.
Disclosure may occur only with the previous written consent of the interested person.
Moreover, data can be disclosed to Eurosearch Consultants divisions, its subsidiary/parent companies only with the previous written consent of the interested person. Data is not subjected to circulation.
TERMS OF THE TREATMENT
Data treatment is subject to the Law 196/2003 and can be processed both by hand and through the use of information and computer systems. Data is kept either on paper or computerized files to allow the search and selection of specific data. It is always allied to the described purposes always ensuring data security and privacy through the use of measures that safeguard personal information against loss, theft, and misuse, as well as against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.
DURATION OF DATA PROCESSING
Data collected during a search or selection process on behalf of an Organization or a company/ customer can be transmitted to it for the sole purpose of the search in hand.
At the end of the task, candidates who have consented to their CV being re-used for new searches, which may be on behalf of other clients, will have this done only with their written consent.  Every other CV will be destroyed, without previous advice.
Spontaneous applications received by mail, email, facsimile or personal delivery, which might be particularly interesting for future searches may be kept only with the written consent of the interested party. Every other CV will be destroyed, without previous advice.
Collected relevant data is kept and periodically updated then forwarded to the interested party via mail, facsimile or e-mail. Should the interested party fail to respond, data will be destroyed without previous advice. If the interested party, for any reason, wishes to end the process and does not wish his data to be kept, he must send a written communication to Eurosearch Consultants who will promptly delete the information.
 
DATA SUBJECT RIGHTS
At any time, the Candidate can assert any rights contained within Art.7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 listed hereunder for your convenience:
Right of access to personal data and other rights:
on legitimate grounds to the processing of personal data concerning him or her for the purpose of sending advertising materials, or direct selling or else for the performance of market or commercial communication surveys.

  • Having the right of free access to obtain confirmation of the existence or not, of personal data regarding him or her, even if it has not been already recorded in any intelligible form;
  • Having the right to be informed regarding:
    • the origins of data
    • the purposes and the methods of data processing;
    • the methods used in case of electronic processing;
    • the identification data of the owner, the person in charge, as foreseen by Art. 5, point 2
    • the subjects or the category of subjects to whom personal data can be disclosed or who can be informed, such as the designated representative in the Country,  entrusted people or persons in charge.
  • Having the right to obtain:
    • data update, rectification or, when interested, their integration;
    • erasure, the putting into an anonymous form and the stopping of any processed date in case of violation of the law, including the ones which don't need to be stored if related to the purposes they have been collected and processed for;
    • the statement that the operation as per points a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared to the protected right.
  • Having the right to object, in whole or in part:
    • on legitimate grounds to the processing of personal data concerning him or her even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection;
    • on legitimate grounds to the processing of personal data concerning him or her for the purpose of sending advertising materials, or direct selling or else for the performance of market or commercial communication surveys.
  • Having the right to know the existence of personal data concerning the subject and the provision thereof in an intelligible form.