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This is how Commended AB handles your personal data

Commended cares about your personal data, and you should always feel safe with how we handle your personal information. In this privacy policy, you can find information about what personal data we collect, for what purposes the personal data is processed, the legal basis for processing, how long Commended processes your information, and your rights.

Personal data manager

Commended AB (559285-0753, c / o Create Remain AB, Tullgr√§nd 4, 111 30 Stockholm) is responsible for the processing of your personal data. If you have questions about our handling or your personal information, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

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Personal data Commended processes

Commended processes personal data about consultants and potential consultants in Commended's network who (i) have actively sought an assignment and / or (ii) Commended has found through outreach activities (search). Consultants' personal data is also processed for users on Commended's competence platform.

In order to be able to offer consulting services and marketing activities to customers and potential customers, Commended processes personal data about contact persons at existing and potential customers . Personal data is also processed for contact persons at suppliers from whom Commended purchases services and products.

In order to administer reviews of customers and consultants, Commended processes the personal data of reference persons.

Purpose and legal basis for Commended's processing of your personal data

Consultants and potential consultants

Commended's handling of your personal data aims to promote your opportunities to obtain consulting assignments, below we describe in more detail how we use your personal data.

What personal data do we collect and process?

Commended strives not to handle your social security number as much as possible and we therefore appreciate if your CV does not contain your social security number.

* We advise you not to give us sensitive personal information (special categories of personal information) regarding for example; ethnic origin, political opinion, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, health, a person's sexual life or sexual orientation, genetic or biometric data that uniquely identifies a person. In the event that you still provide us with this type of information, we reserve the right to delete this information as well as personal data concerning others than yourself without your consent.

What do we use your personal information for?

We use your personal information to evaluate and assess your skills such as professional, talent and personality. We do this to be able to offer you relevant consulting assignments.

Your personal information is also used to provide you with information or invitations that we deem relevant to you via e-mail, digital and / or social media as well as ongoing communication about assignments you have applied for.

Within our competence platform, we use your personal data to analyze your competencies and provide you with a competence profile. Within the platform, we also use pseudonymized data to maintain and develop the quality of our services.

From whom do we collect your personal information?

We receive the information from you in connection with contact with you for a potential consulting assignment or if you contact us for a spontaneous application for a consulting assignment.

We collect the information from the reference person, customers, via LinkedIn or another person's network.

We collect the information when you email or call us in any matter and provide your contact information.

Who do we share the information with?

To provide consulting assignments, we share your personal information with our customers. Of course, we always inform you before we share your personal information with a customer, reference or similar person.

Furthermore, we may share your personal information with third-party providers that we hire to perform services on our behalf. These third party providers may not use your personal information for their own purposes.

Your personal information may also be disclosed when required by law or government decision.

Fulfillment of agreements

The main legal basis for Commended's processing of your personal data is to enter into or fulfill an agreement with you, for example by you carrying out an assignment for us or using our competence platform. This includes, for example, the following purposes:

Commendeds works digitally, which means that we use the profiling of your personal data when we calculate your professional profile in our competence platform. We do not use automated decision-making based on your personal information.

Legitimate interest

We process your personal data when necessary on the basis of a balance of interests, which means that we have weighed our legitimate interest in processing your personal data against your interests or rights and judged that our interest outweighs. Examples of legitimate interests are treatments for:

Legal requirements or legal obligations

We process your personal data in order for us to fulfill our obligations under law, other statutes or government decisions, such as the Accounting Act.

Existing and potential customers and suppliers

Commended's handling of your personal data aims to promote your opportunities to obtain consulting assignments, below we describe in more detail how we use your personal data.

What personal data do we collect and process?

What do we use your personal information for?

Commended processes your personal data in your role as a customer representative to communicate, enter into and document agreements with the company you represent. Your personal data is also processed to contact and process key people at the customer and market our services, as well as to conduct customer satisfaction surveys.

Commended processes your personal data in your role as a supplier to communicate, enter into and document agreements with the company you represent.

From whom do we collect your personal information?

We collect your personal information in your role as a customer representative directly from you, your employer or colleague in connection with us offering the customer consulting services. You can also submit your personal information to Commended by registering for or visiting one of our events or leaving an interest in being contacted by us. Commended can also search for your personal information via, for example, LinkedIn or on your company's website.

We collect your personal information in your role as a representative of the supplier directly from you, your employer or colleague in connection with us purchasing services or products from the supplier.

Who do we share the information with?

In connection with consulting assignments, we may share your personal information as a representative of Commended's customer with other companies within the Capacent Group.

Commended shares your personal information as a customer representative with third-party suppliers that we hire to perform services on our behalf. These third party providers may not use your personal information for their own purposes.

Legitimate interest

We process your personal data when necessary based on a balance of interests, which means that we have weighed our legitimate interest in processing your personal data against your interests or rights and judged that our interest outweighs, examples of legitimate interests are treatments for:

Legal requirements or legal obligations

We process your personal data in order for us to fulfill our obligations under law, other statutes or government decisions, such as the Accounting Act.

Reference persons

Commended's handling of your personal data aims for us to be able to administer your assessments and communicate with you.

What personal data do we collect and process?

Why do we collect and process your personal data?

In connection with consulting assignments, it happens that we contact you to get information about how a consultant has worked in a workplace. To enable this, Commended needs to have your personal information in your role as a reference person.

From whom do we collect your personal information?

Commended collects your personal information from a consultant or colleague with whom you have previously had contact.

Commended can also collect your personal information via Commended's professional network on, for example, LinkedIn.

Who do we share the information with?

We share personal information with third-party providers that we use to perform services on our behalf. These third party providers may not use your personal information for their own purposes.

Fulfillment of agreements

When you submit reviews on Commended's competence platform, we process your personal data for the following purposes:

Legitimate interest

We process your personal data when necessary on the basis of a balance of interests, which means that we have weighed our legitimate interest in processing your personal data against your interests or rights and judged that our interest outweighs. Examples of legitimate interests are treatments for:

Legal requirements or legal obligations

We process your personal data in order for us to fulfill our obligations under law, other statutes or government decisions.

Business transfers

Commended's handling of your personal data in the event of a possible acquisition by a third party or in the event of restructuring of operations in the group in which Commended is included.

What personal data do we collect and process?

What do we use your personal information for?

If a third party acquires Commended or if operations within the group in which Commended is a member are restructured, Commended will provide your personal information to the acquiring company. The acquiring company will continue to process your and other consultants' personal information in accordance with this personal information policy, unless otherwise communicated in connection with the acquisition.

From whom do we collect your personal information?

From you and in the other ways stated in the personal data policy.

Who do we share the information with?

Only with the acquiring company and their advisor.

Legitimate interest

We process your personal data when necessary on the basis of a balance of interests, which means that we have weighed our legitimate interest in processing your personal data against your interests or rights and judged that our interest outweighs. Examples of legitimate interests are treatments for:

Legal requirements or legal obligations

We process your personal data in order for us to fulfill our obligations under law, other statutes or government decisions.

How long do we store your personal information?

Commended processes your personal data for as long as is necessary to provide the services and products for which we have an agreement and for some time thereafter.

When Commended processes your personal data for purposes other than the agreement, another time for the processing may apply. This can, for example, be to be able to meet accounting requirements (seven years after the current year) or offer our consultants potential assignments (three years from the last contact).

Commended will only process your data for the purposes and the legal grounds we have and as long as, for example, a legitimate interest remains. When one legal basis ceases but another remains, the personal data only continues to be processed for the legal basis or grounds we have.

Transfer to third countries (non-EU and EEA countries)

During Commended's processing of your personal data, no transfer to a third country takes place.

Your rights

According to the Data Protection Ordinance, you have a number of rights in relation to your personal data. Below is a brief explanation of some of these rights.

Correct and limit your personal information

If you believe that the information we have about you is incorrect or missing something, you have the right to have this corrected or supplemented. You can also in some cases request that the processing of your data be limited to storage only, for example during the correction or while waiting to check whether our legitimate interest in a processing you have objected to outweighs your legitimate interest.

The right to be forgotten

You have the right to request and have your information deleted when it is no longer necessary for a legal basis. If you use any of our services or products, you can not request that data be deleted. There are also legal requirements that prevent us from deleting certain information even after your services or products or other relationship with Commended has ended. These obligations come from, among other things, accounting and tax legislation. In these cases, we then ensure that such information is not processed other than to the extent necessary for us to fulfill these obligations.

Right of access to your personal data - register extract

You can request access to a copy of the personal data we process about you via a register extract. The register extract is free of charge and you request it by contacting us at [email protected]. Under certain conditions, you also have the right to obtain your personal data in a machine-readable condition for transfer to another personal data controller (so-called data portability).

Right to object to certain processing

You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data due to reasons that have to do with your specific situation. This applies when the treatment is based on a legitimate interest that we have judged we have. An objection from you means that we make a new assessment of the situation.

Our contact information

If you want to get in touch with Commended AB regarding your personal information, you can do so by sending an e-mail to [email protected]. You are welcome to ask questions about our processing of your personal data and request an extract from the register, change, delete your personal data or assert any other of your rights under the Data Protection Ordinance. You can also report if you suspect that your personal information has in any way been obtained by unauthorized persons and send in comments or suggestions regarding our privacy policy.

You contact us by letter by sending a letter to:

Commended AB

c / o iOffice Business Center

Vasagatan 10

111 20 Stockholm

Supervisory authority

If you believe that Commended AB has failed in our handling of your personal data, you can report this to the Privacy Protection Authority, they are the supervisory authority for personal data processing and data protection.

Contact information:

Phone: 08-657 61 00

E-mail: [email protected]

Fax: 08-652 86 52

Integrity Protection Authority

Box 8114

104 20 Stockholm

See more on their website https://www.imy.se/ for information about the Data Protection Ordinance - GDPR.