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GENERAL PRIVACY POLICY

1. INTRODUCTION

MARTIN WARWICK, S.L. is a company specialized in the selection of personnel in the Life Science sector that operates under the brand IN TALENT LAB. The protection of your personal data is very important to us. This Privacy Policy describes how we collect, use and process your personal data and how, in doing so, we comply with our legal obligations to you.

This Privacy Policy applies to the personal data of the following categories of people: candidates, temporary workers, clients, suppliers and third parties, people whose data we receive, users of the website https://intalentlab.com/es/ ( the “Website”), former employees and visitors.

This information applies to you if you fall into any of the following categories:

(collectively, “You”).

If you are a member of In talent lab staff, you should review the In talent lab Employee Privacy Policy.

2. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TREATMENT

The person responsible for processing your data is the company MARTIN WARWICK, S.L. (the “Controller”) that communicates with you and processes your personal data as the controller when you visit the Website, when the entity in question provides you with personnel and employment services, maintains a relationship with you after having found a job for you, hires you for a vacant position, or in case you provide a service to the entity in question.

3. DETAILS OF DATA PROCESSING

Below you will find an overview of what type of personal data we process about you, for what purposes, on what legal basis and where we collect this data.

If you do not provide us with your personal data even though we need to collect it to process a request from you or fulfill a contract with you, or because we are required to do so by law, we may have to reject your request or may not be able to fulfill our contractual obligations. with you.

a) Users of our Website

Purpose Categories of personal data Legal basis Collection of your data Recipients of your data

When you visit our Website we process your data for the following purposes:

Access the Web Ensure that the established connection works correctly

Guarantee and optimize the performance of our Website.

Guarantee and evaluate the security and stability of the system.

For this we also use cookies and other technologies.

IP address of the requesting device with an Internet connection.

Date and time of access;

Website from which it was accessed (source URL).

Name of your Internet provider.

Art. 6.1.b) RGPD establishment or termination of our contract with you.

Art. 6.1.f) RGPF legitimate interest in the security, stability and ease of use of our Website.

Art. 6.1.a) RGPD consent.

We collect data directly from you.

IT service providers.

b) Candidates

Purpose Categories of personal data Legal basis Collection of your data Recipients of your data

We process your data to provide you with employment and selection services or to carry out a selection process with you in order to establish an employment relationship with you.

Name and address.

Telephone number.

Email.

Information present in your CV.

Information about your educational career.

Job references.

Professional experience.

Salary expectations.

Professional aspirations.

Residence and work permit.

Art. 6.1.b) RGPD establishment or termination of our contract with you.

Art. 6.1.c) RGPD compliance with legal obligations of a labor and social nature.

Art. 6.1.f) RGPF legitimate interest in organizational processes and maintaining our customer relationship with you.

We collect data directly from you.

In addition, we may also collect your data from third parties, specifically:

  • References
  • Professional networks (LinkedIN)
  • Customers

We will only contact the references that you have indicated to us during the application process and our services.

In order to provide our employment services, we may share personal information about you with potential employers offering job openings in which you are interested.

Within the data processing described here, it is also possible that both internal and external service providers have access to your data.

These include data processors.

c) Candidates and potential clients

Purpose Categories of personal data Legal basis Collection of your data Recipients of your data

We process your personal data to present our services to you and to be able to contact you and respond to your queries.

We process your personal data that you provide us when you contact us and ask us a question.

In addition, we may process data about you obtained from publicly accessible sources and professional and social networks.

If you act as a business contact on behalf of a company, we will process your professional contact data.

Name and address.

Position in the company.

Telephone number.

Email.

Professional data.

Name of the company you work for.

Information in your CV, professional profile, company profile.

Information about your educational career.

Job references.

Professional experience.

Salary expectations.

Professional aspirations.

Linguistic knowledge.

Art. 6.1.a) RGPD your consent.

Art. 6.1.b) RGPF establishment, execution or termination of our contract with you.

We collect data directly from you.

In addition, we may also collect your data from third parties namely:

Publicly accessible professional sources.

Professional networks like LinkedIN.

Your work or business profiles published in public databases.

Other candidates or clients.

Internal and external service providers. These include data processors.

d) Suppliers and third parties

Purpose Categories of personal data Legal basis Collection of your data Recipients of your data

We process your data to enter into the service contract with you and receive your services, as well as to communicate with you in the context of our business relationship.

Additionally, we process your data for accounting purposes.

Company name.

Address

Contact details.

Telephone number.

Email.

Summary of services provided.

Contractual and accounting data.

Art. 6.1.b) RGPD establishment, execution or termination of our contract with you.

Art. 6.1.f) RGPF legitimate interest in organizational work processes.

We collect data directly from you.

Within the data processing described here, it is also possible that both internal and external service providers have access to your data. These include data processors.

4. HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

We are committed to taking all reasonably appropriate measures to protect the personal information we store against misuse, loss or unauthorized access. To achieve this, we adopt a series of appropriate technical and organizational measures. These include measures to address any suspected data breach. Additionally, we limit access to your personal data to those people who have a true business need to know it (that is, they need your personal data to be able to carry out their work). Likewise, the people who process your personal data are governed by IN TALENT LAB's rules on information security and information technologies, data protection and other internal rules and guidelines applicable to the processing of personal data.

If you suspect that there may be misuse of or unauthorized access to your personal information, please let us know immediately.

Although we have measures in place to protect your personal data, it is important that you understand that 100% security cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, we have procedures to address data security incidents and to comply with the legal requirements applicable to the detection, processing and notification of personal data breaches.

5. HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

When determining the appropriate retention period for different types of personal data, we always take into account the amount, nature and sensitivity of the personal data in question, the potential risk of harm from unauthorized use or disclosure of that personal data, the purposes for which we need to process it and whether we can achieve those purposes by other means (other than, of course, ensuring that we comply with our legal obligations).

Below we set out the retention practices we apply to certain categories of people.

Candidates:

Clients and suppliers:

Website Users:

Other categories of people:

6. DO WE TRANSFER YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION OUTSIDE SPAIN?

We do not carry out international transfers of your personal data.

7. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

In accordance with the LOPD-gdd and the RGPD, you have the following rights:

If you want to exercise some of your rights or withdraw your consent to processing, you can:

We will treat your request with special care, in order to guarantee the effective protection of your rights. Additionally, we may ask you for proof of identity (such as your DNI/NIE), to ensure that we are not sharing your personal data with anyone other than you. You must bear in mind that the response to your request will be sent in the shortest period of time possible and, in any case, within a period of one month from receipt of it. In certain cases, taking into account the complexity and number of applications received, the deadline may be extended by another two months.

When you understand that the exercise of your rights has not been adequately attended to or you consider that your data is not treated correctly, you may direct your claim to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es).

In any case, once the retention period has ended or cancellation is requested on your part, IN TALENT LAB reserves the right to keep, duly blocked, your data in cases where this is necessary to comply with the obligations and responsibilities imposed by mandatory laws or regulations, or when required to do so by order of a competent authority in accordance with the law.

8. CHANGES TO OUR PRIVACY POLICY

We may update this Privacy Policy at any time. Any material changes to this Privacy Policy will be duly published on this Website.