DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Updated May 25, 2018
BPM Profesionales and Managers Executive Search S.L., (BPM) has been performing searches for professionals in Advertising, Media, Consumer Goods and Services for over 25 years. During all this time, we have developed a rigorous work methodology that ensures the speedy, confidentiality and guarantees required by a personnel selection process.
BPM is committed to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation- EU 2016/679 dated April 27, 2016, with regard to the processing of personal data (including your image, if applicable). Our commitment extends to our candidates, customers and users of our website.
We inform you of the possibility that you have to apply the rights of data access, demand the rectification or deletion of data, portability, and restrict of your personal data.
Please send us a letter with a copy of your ID, to this address:
BPM, Profesionales & Managers Executive Search, S.L.
Department of Human Resources – GDPR
Caracas 23, 1.
28010 Madrid. SPAIN
Or, send us an email to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org
1.- Scope and goals of this data protection policy
We pay special attention to confidentiality of and access rights to personal data.
In addition to the data personal included in your CV, we can ask you your age, marital status, degree certificate, professional career, data on your current gross salary, invite you to complete psychometric or aptitude tests, etc., or any other personal data allowed by the GDPR. BPM may verify your information provided.
2.- Responsibilities and Processing data on behalf of BPM
In accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, of the European Parliament and of the Council, of April 27, 2016, concerning the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and free movement of these data (General Data Protection Regulation), we inform you that the data provided will be treated by BPM PROFESIONALES & MANAGERS EXECUTIVE SEARCH SL, tax identification: CIF B80800196 and address calle Caracas No. 23, 1, 28010 Madrid. Spain. Telephone number +34 91 319 03 05.
When transferring personal data to third parties, BPM normally agrees in a separate written agreement the rights and obligations of the service provider in accordance with the applicable laws.
3.- Legal basis of the processing of your personal data
The legal basis of the processing of your personal data is the consent given by you, through the checkbox enabled for this purpose, located in this website.
4.- Data retention period
We strive to store the personal data in a form from which the data subject is identifiable for as long as it is necessary to achieve the purpose of the data processing. However, and since our function is to help candidates obtain better jobs throughout their professional career, except for their express resignation, we will keep them for several years.
With certain regularity we will proceed to the review of the age of the data and we will proceed to update or delete our database.
Remember, the data subject may exercise its rights at any time.
We act in a transparent manner. We will ensure in our operations that the rights of the data subject will be taken care of, and that the data subjects are appropriately informed, and that his/her requests are responded swiftly.
5.- Third parties
BPM will only transfer your personal data to its executive search assignment clients.
BPM engages subcontractors to perform parts of the service, such as companies performing candidate testing services. They may have access to personal data so that they can perform
When transferring personal data to third parties, BPM always agrees in a separate written agreement the rights and obligations of the service provider in accordance with the applicable laws.
6.- Respecting the rights of the data subject
We will ensure that we will inform the data subjects appropriately and in a timely manner of the processing of data and their rights regarding data processing. The data subject has the right to inspect data, the right to be forgotten, the right to data portability, the right to object automated individual decision making such as profiling, demand the rectification and the deletion of data, as well as the right to object and restrict the processing of data belong to the rights of a data subject