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Personal data policy
In connection with applications, we receive different documents from the applicants. These documents are stored in our HR system to which only our recruitment officers have access. These documents will contain personal data. This may be ordinary personal data, such as name and contact details, references to previous employment, diplomas, etc. This may also be civil registration number or sensitive personal data, such as health data. More information about how we store data in connection with recruitment can be found here.
Chas Hude A/S, Langebrogade 3B, 1411 Copenhagen V, VAT no. DK12938179 is data controller for data received for use in our regular consulting services performed for our clients. If you have questions regarding our use of your personal data, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When we provide consulting services, we receive various electronic documents and information from our clients, including information about their employees. These documents and information are stored in a digital case file and, in some cases, also in a physical case file. The documents and information we receive from our clients will often contain personal data and, in the course of a case, more personal data will be obtained from, for example, counterparties and their advisors, public and court authorities as well as contact persons with these, or in the form of publicly available data collected by Chas. Hude A/S ourselves. This may be ordinary personal data, such as name and contact details.
When signing up for events at Chas. Hude A/S, we usually register information on name and e-mail address to be used for communication about the event. Based on a concrete assessment, we may also use the information to prepare participant lists that are distributed to participants and speakers at our events.
Purpose and basis
When we process data in connection with signing up for newsletters or events, the legal basis for this is the General Data Protection Regulation, Article 6, 1 (a), (b) or (f).
In connection with recruitment, the legal basis for our processing of data is usually the General Data Protection Regulation, Article 6, 1 (b), as such data has been submitted to us by the applicants themselves with a view to recruitment. The legal basis for processing of personality tests, logical tests, etc. is the General Data Protection Regulation, Article 6, 1 (f) or consent obtained via the General Data Protection Regulation, Article 6, 1 (a) or, regarding sensitive personal data, Article 9, 2 (a) and the Danish Data Protection Act, section 12.
When we process information in connection with counselling, it is primarily to companies that counsel is provided. However, processing of personal data may also take place when we provide other types of counsel. Personal data processing is done according to Article 6 (1) (b) and (c) of the Danish Personal Data Regulation when processing is necessary for the writing of a contract for delivery of services to which the data subject is a party, or for the purpose of implementing measures taken at the data subject's request prior to the execution of the contract, or when processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation incumbent on the data controller.
We do not disclose personal data to any third party for the purpose of marketing or similar purposes.
We generally do not transfer data outside the EU. However, if such transfer should take place, the necessary security guarantees as required by applicable data protection legislation will be observed.
We have established appropriate technical and organisational measures to safeguard against unauthorised access, loss or destruction of data for which we are data controller. We continuously develop our security policies and procedures to ensure that our systems are secure and protected. Access to personal data is restricted to persons who have a legitimate need to process such data for the above purposes.
We store personal data as long as there is a relevant legal interest in this, which is usually determined by a specific assessment of the importance of the data compared with applicable limitation rules. If there is a relevant legal interest, data may be stored up to 10 years after completion of the case.
Rights of data subjects
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, data subjects have the right:
- to gain access to the data that we process
- to correct incorrect data
- in special cases, to request that data is deleted before the general time of deletion
- in certain cases, to restrict processing so that in the future - apart from storage - data may only be processed by consent or for the purpose of establishing, enforcing or defending legal claims, or protecting a person or important social interests
- in certain cases, to object to our otherwise legitimate processing of the data
- to receive the registered personal data in a structured, widely used and machine-readable format and to transfer the data from one data controller to another without impediment.
In connection with data subjects' exercise of the above rights, we may require relevant identification.
You can read more about your rights in the Danish Data Protection Agency's guideline on the rights of data subjects, which can be found at www.datatilsynet.dk.
If you are dissatisfied with the way in which we process your personal data, you can complain to the Danish Data Protection Agency. Contact details for the Danish Data Protection Agency can be found at www.datatilsynet.dk.
This information was last updated in February 2023 and will be regularly updated in accordance with applicable rules and practices as well as adjustments of our administrative procedure.