Privacy Policy

Privacy policy

In this Privacy Policy, we disclose mandatory information about the processing of personal data when you are using our website in accordance with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation No. 2016/679 (ES) (the Regulation).

The Data Controller determining the purposes and means of processing your personal data is UAB Manvesta (legal entity code 158297016, address P. Paulaičio g. 13B, Jurbarkas, Lithuania, tel. +370 447 72 222, e-mail info@manvesta.lt).

It is important that you read the Privacy Policy carefully, as its terms apply to individuals visiting our website, communicating with our company and otherwise providing personal data. Please read the current version of this document regularly as its contents may change in the future.

The terms used in this Privacy Policy shall be understood as they are defined in the Regulation.

The following information includes these purposes of data processing: (i) conducting direct marketing; (ii) the processing of personal data of candidates taking part in the selection and the administration of the candidate database; (iii) administration of complaints, inquiries or orders; (iv) e-mail communication; (v) use of cookies; (vi) use of social networks; (vii) video surveillance; (viii) conclusion and performance of contracts; (ix) administration of the insured event and receipt of the insurance benefit. This Privacy Policy also describes the rights of your as a data subject, provision of data to recipients, and other conditions for processing of personal data applicable to all personal data processed in the company for the above purposes.

Conducting direct marketing

If you are a customer or have expressed your intention to receive offers from our company, the personal data you voluntarily provide to us, including your email address and phone number, will be used to provide you the information about goods and services, news, promotions, events or other direct marketing information.

Direct marketing without your consent will only be sent to your email if you are our client. Such marketing will be in accordance with the rights granted by the laws.

Your personal data will be processed for direct marketing purposes for 5 years after consent or the end of your relationship with you.

Every email you receive will allow you to opt out of direct marketing communications. You can also opt-out or revoke your consent by contacting our company.

Processing of personal data of candidates taking part in the selection and the administration of the candidate database

If you have sent your CV (cover letter), motivation letter, letters of references and/or other documents or data on the basis of the information published on our website or in dedicated website intended for the selection of employees and jobseekers or a job ad posted elsewhere, your voluntary submitted later and other personal data below will be processed for the purpose of staff selection.

For the purpose of selection, we will process your personal data until we decide to recruit a particular candidate, until the end his probationary period, or until we decide to complete the selection process without selecting any candidate. This period usually does not exceed four months. If you do not object to such processing of your data, we will retain your CV and other data submitted for the administration of the candidate database for 3 years after the completion of the selection process so that we can contact you to invite for participation in a new recruitment or job offer.

We will process your personal data on the basis of your consent to participate in the selection process and, upon completion of the selection process, will keep it on the basis of the legitimate interest. We may also perform certain actions to fulfil our statutory obligations. Submission of your personal data to participate in the selection process is voluntary, but if you do not provide it to us, we will not be able to assess the eligibility of your application. You may object to the retention of data after the end of the selection, in which case your personal data will be destroyed and no job offers will be made in the future unless you voluntarily participate in a new selection or re-send your data. If you do not agree to the storage of your data after the end of the selection, please inform us when sending you your CV and other data in response to the e-mail or by signing the information form during the meeting.

Please be advised that exercising the right granted to us by the personal data protection legislation we can contact your former employers, asking for reference about your qualifications, professional abilities and professional characteristics. However, we will not contact your current employer without your explicit prior consent.

Administration of complaints, inquiries or orders

If you submit a complaint, claim, inquiry or order via email, in writing or otherwise, the personal data you voluntarily submit will be processed for the purpose of administering this complaint, claim, inquiry or order.

If your complaint or claim relates to a potential dispute, possible damage, etc., and if a contractual relationship arises during the execution of your order, your personal data may be stored for a maximum of 10 years. Unless the personal data relating to the complaint or claim is relevant to a potential dispute, it will be destroyed within a shorter period of time, when such data is no longer necessary for the purpose. Typically, this period does not exceed 1 year.

The processing of your personal data will be based on your free will, i.e. your consent to provide the data, but in certain cases (for example, if there is a possibility of a dispute or if it arises), the law may serve as a basis for further storage of your complaint.

E-mail communication

Based on the Regulation, content of correspondence by e-mail is considered as personal data and this applies even for the correspondence of employees of legal entities. In this respect, we will apply the rules for the processing of personal data in accordance with the Regulation to the content of communication as well as to the email addresses.

The basis for the processing of your personal data is the free will expression to engage communication by email and provision of certain details in it, i.e. the consent. Moreover, the processing of your data may also be based on the performance of a contract and statutory obligations.

Your email address, correspondence content and related data will be processed in accordance with the principle of proportionality. This data will primarily be visible to the person whom you will be directly contacting by email. However, in certain cases, your correspondence may also be accessible to other employees, for example, in the course of internal administration, investigation of potential violations of legal acts or internal rules of procedure, replacement of the employee and related purposes, and in similar situations.

Using cookies

Cookie is a small alphanumeric file that is saved to your browser or hard disk of your computer. Different cookies are used for different purposes. Cookies also help to distinguish you from other users of the website, thus providing a more enjoyable website experience and making it possible to improve the website.

Most browsers allow you to reject all cookies, and some browsers only allow you to reject third-party cookies. So you can take advantage of these opportunities. However, please note that blocking all cookies will have a negative impact on your use of the website, and without cookies you will not be able to use all the services offered on the website.

Our website uses the following cookies:

Cookies that ensure the functioning of the site (session). They are designed to improve the functioning of the website and collect general (anonymous) information about the use of the website.

 

 

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COOKIE PURPOSE

DURATION OF STORAGE

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The cookie is designed to allow the website to function and to switch between languages

During the session

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to confirm the privacy policy bar

month

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Google Analytics statistical cookie

12 months

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Google Analytics statistical cookie

month

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Google Analytics statistical cookie

month

 

How to manage and delete cookies

Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. With information about how and why they are used, you can decide whether to keep cookies or to disable them in your browser. Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their settings options. If you do not wish to accept cookies, you may choose the setting not to accept all cookies or to send a warning when a cookie is created in your browser. To learn more about managing cookies, visit: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/

We would like to warn you that you may lose some of the website features if you opt out of cookies. If you do not want to receive cookies, you can set your browser to reject all cookies or send an alert when a cookie is created.

In addition to the cookies used by the data manager, certain third parties are allowed to set up and access cookies on your computer. In this case, third-party privacy policies apply to the use of cookies.

Using social networks

Our company has an account in the Facebook social network, whose privacy notice is available at https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation.

All information that you provide us in the social media (including messages, such as “Like” and “Follow”, and other communications) is controlled by the social network controller.

We encourage you to read third-party privacy notices and contact service providers directly if you have any questions about how they use your personal data.

Video surveillance

The company carries out video surveillance in the premises (at the entrance to the premises, in the warehouse, in the garage) and in the territory (at the entry into the territory) in order to ensure the safety of property and persons. Video surveillance is based on a legitimate interest. Video recordings are stored for 30 days.

Conclusion and execution of contracts

For the purposes of concluding and enforcing the contracts, we will process the data you provide when you enter into the contract, as well as the data we receive when you execute the contract. If you do not provide your personal data, we will not be able to identify and conclude a contract with you.

The basis for the processing of your personal data for this purpose is the performance of the contract or the pre-contractual action taken at your request. Certain actions for the processing of personal data may also be based on the fulfilment of statutory obligations, for example, in order to comply with the obligations under the legislation governing tax payments.

We will retain your personal data for no more than 10 years after the expiration of your contract with you.

Administration of the insured event and receipt of the insurance benefit

For the purpose of administering the insurance claim and receiving the insurance indemnity, we will process copies of the identity document and/or driver's license of the accident participants, information related to the accident and other information provided by the accident participant.

Data processing is based on the fulfilment of statutory obligations, legitimate interest and the expression of the will of the traffic accident participant in the submission of data. Without this data, we would not be able to file the insurance claim documentation, nor would we be able to meet the statutory requirements for receiving the insurance benefit.

Subject to the general limitation period in which a dispute may arise, we will retain personal data for a maximum of 10 years from receipt of the insurance benefit.

Provision of personal data to recipients

Your personal data may be provided to:

IT, server, mail, archiving, marketing, accounting service providers mail and courier services;

notaries, bailiffs, lawyers, consultants, auditors; debt recovery agencies;

insurance and brokerage companies;

law enforcement and supervisory authorities, courts and other dispute settlement bodies;

potential or existing successors of our business or part thereof, or their authorized consultants or individuals.

What are the principles of personal data protection that we abide?

The following principles apply to the collection and use of your personal data provided by you and obtained from other sources:

Your personal data are processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner (the principle of legality, integrity and transparency);

Your personal data are collected for specified, clearly defined and for legitimate purposes, and not further processed in a way incompatible with those purposes (the purpose limitation principle);

Your personal data are adequate, appropriate and necessary only for the purposes for which they are processed (the data reduction principle);

the processed personal data is accurate and updated, if necessary (principle of accuracy);

Your personal data are stored in such a form that you can be identified no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which your personal data is processed (the principle of limiting the duration of storage);

Your personal data are managed in such a way as to ensure the adequate protection of personal data, including the protection against unauthorized processing or processing of unauthorized data and unintentional loss, destruction or damage by appropriate technical or organizational measures (the principle of integrity and confidentiality).

Implementation of data subject’s rights

We inform you that you have the following rights of the data subject: the right of access to your personal data and to be informed of how they are processed; the right to request to correct or supplement the incomplete personal data, taking into account the purposes for the processing of personal data; the right to request to destroy your data or suspend its processing (except for storage); the right to request to restrict the processing of personal data; the right to data transfer; the right to submit a complaint to the State Data Protection Inspectorate; the right to withdraw consent and to object to the processing of personal data.

In order to exercise your data subjects' rights, it is necessary to identify you. If you are not identified, it will not be possible to ascertain whether the person whose personal data is being processed is the real one and therefore your rights cannot be enforced.

We may refuse to process the request for enforcement received from you, or we may ask for a corresponding fee if your request is clearly unfounded or excessive, as well as in other cases provided by law.

Should you would like to exercise your data subject's rights or have other questions regarding the processing of your personal data, contact at the following contact details: info@manvesta.lt or by submitting/sending to the company address listed at the beginning of this policy.

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