Moovijob is committed to complying with all applicable regulations, and in particular undertakes to comply in full with European Union Regulation No. 2016/679, i.e. the guidelines of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in order to protect personal data and their confidentiality to the fullest extent possible.
Moovijob collects and processes the personal data of its users via its website and is responsible for the processing of this data within the meaning of the GDPR.
Moovijob's Data Protection Officer (DPO) is Bertrand Cuinet. He can preferably be contacted by e-mail at email@example.com or by post at the following address: 24-28 Rue Goethe L-1637 Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
PURPOSE OF PROCESSING
Our mission at Moovijob is first of all to enable our users to find out about job and training offers on the Luxembourgish market mainly, but also in the surrounding regions.
In addition, we support and advise our users in their professional development and more broadly in their understanding of the world of work.
We offer them our clients' job offers, in the broadest sense of the term (permanent contracts, fixed-term contracts, internships, work-study contracts, temporary work, etc.), as well as training courses, either online or during our events.
We also offer information and advice on employment, training, recruitment, careers and the world of work in general via our newsletters, articles on our blog or discussions in our forum.
Moovijob's processing operations fulfil these missions, and therefore serve explicit, legitimate, and determined purposes.
No personal user data is passed on to our customers without the user's consent.
Provide our users with the best possible information on current and future job and training offers
A simple visit to the moovijob.com website and its various pages allows our users to find out at a glance about current job and training opportunities and the companies that offer them. No request for personal data is forced and registration on the website is not compulsory during these visits.
Some features allow you to find out about future job offers. This can be for example the setting up of one or more "Job Alerts". These are job alerts sent by e-mail following the appearance of new job offers corresponding to search criteria saved by the user. It can also be an "Event Alert" linked to the appearance of a new recruitment event in the schedule. It can also be the company tracking functionality which allows the user to receive by email new job offers from one or more companies.
At any time, the user can unsubscribe from these features either by clicking on a link in the emails they receive, or by going to their personal space to delete the alerts.
The processing of this data enables us to get to know our users better so that we can subsequently offer them job offers in line with their interests and search criteria.
Enable our users to be put in touch with employment and training professionals.
Our services allow our users to be put in touch with our customers.
Our clients are either companies that are recruiting or training organisations or, more broadly, players in professional development.
This contact is made when a user decides to respond to an offer from one of our clients. In the case of a job offer, the client then receives the user's application with the related information. The connection can also be made after a user has uploaded his CV in our CV database. The client who is using the CV database can then get in touch with the user.
The processing of our users' data enables us to suggest opportunities to them, whether job or training offers, information related to companies and more generally information related to the world of work.
Advise our users in their careers
We offer our users a blog where they will find articles allowing them to have the information they are looking for on job offers, training, professions, companies, salaries, good practices in recruitment, and the world of work in general, in order to answer any questions they may have and allow them to make their choice in full knowledge. Access to the blog does not require any particular registration.
This blog is coupled with a forum on the same themes as before, which allows everyone to read past discussions or participate in discussions.
Finally, we offer our users a "newsletter" (information emails sent regularly on the themes outlined above). At any time, a user can unsubscribe from the newsletter by clicking on the link provided for this purpose at the bottom of the email.
Our processing of our users' data enables us to get to know them better, to recommend services adapted to their needs and to better advise them in their careers.
Understanding your needs to better meet them
Moovijob regularly offers satisfaction questionnaires or surveys to its users in order to get their feedback, whether it is with regard to the use of the website or following a participation in an event. The user is not obliged to answer our questionnaires. When he decides to do so, we use the answers to obtain non-nominative statistics on the labour and training market. For events, the surveys allow us to calculate participation rates. In general, these questionnaires allow us to improve the experience we offer our users.
We potentially use user data to develop our services, within the framework of the purpose of our personal data processing, namely to put our users in contact with our clients in the context of job or training search.
Moovijob takes care to only process personal data that is strictly necessary for the purposes detailed above.
In addition to the information necessary to put you in contact with recruiters or training organisations (e.g. surname, first name, e-mail address, ...), only information relating to expertise, skills or professional prospects or any specificities linked to working conditions may be requested.
Data provided by the user
The data we process is mainly data provided by our users via our forms. This includes identification data, contact data as well as data concerning professional background and career prospects.
The obligatory nature of certain data is indicated visually by an asterisk after the field title. A specific message appears in red when the mandatory field is not filled in. The presence of mandatory data is necessary to process certain user requests or required by our customers to respond effectively. Without this information, certain desired services cannot be delivered.
We make sure that we do not ask our users for data that is not necessary for our clients to process requests or to refine their selection of suitable profiles.
Sometimes, when applying for a job advertisement, or clicking on a training offer, the user may be redirected to the website of our clients or partners. When this is requested, the user will then have to consult the customer or partner's provisions regarding the management of personal data. In the event that the user accepts these conditions and decides to continue, Moovijob cannot be held responsible for the processing of personal data that will subsequently be carried out by the client or partner in its capacity as data controller.
We also process user data when these are used to upload information to our website. This data is usually contained in a CV or covering letter or copies of diplomas, etc. These uploads may include a photo.
We strongly advise all our users not to enter sensitive data when using our website. Sensitive data are personal data that directly or indirectly reveal:
- Racial or ethnic origins;
- Political or religious opinions;
- Trade union membership;
- Data relating to the health of individuals;
- Data relating to the sexual life of individuals;
- Data relating to criminal offences and convictions.
If, despite this advice, a user decides to pass on sensitive data to a client or partner, this will be under his sole responsibility and Moovijob cannot be held liable in any way.
We collect and process personal data related to the use of our website.
This includes the user's IP address or the connection devices used, as well as browsing data, cookie data, connection histories, companies followed, messages sent and links clicked, but also the training courses consulted, the number of pages viewed, the number of visits, etc...
Third party data
We do not collect third party data that you might write or post on third party partner websites. Nor do we collect any comments that third parties may make about you on partner platforms.
RECIPIENTS OF THE COLLECTED DATA
Personal data is only used by identified and authorised persons for the purposes described in this personal data protection policy. Moovijob commits to never pass on personal data to third parties for reasons unrelated to these purposes.
Thus, data is only passed on to the categories of persons listed below:
- our customers if and only if you have authorised us to do so, and this within the strict framework of the intended purpose;
- the authorised staff of Moovijob ;
- technical service providers in connection with personal data: hosting, e-mail service, audit and IT security service providers for example.
Depending on the services used or your preferences, we will contact you by e-mail, SMS, telephone or any other means of communication that you have sent us.
SECURITY OF COLLECTED DATA
We seek to ensure maximum security for all data we collect.
We apply appropriate security measures to protect personal data against accidental loss and against unauthorised access, use, modification, and disclosure.
However, as the Internet is an open and constantly evolving system, we cannot guarantee that unauthorised third parties will not be able to circumvent these measures or use your personal data for improper purposes.
The Moovijob team is aware of the law and RGPD practices and the protection of personal data is taken into account from the design to the operation of our services.
We store and process personal data within secure infrastructures located in the European Union and regular audits are carried out to ensure a high level of security.
Your data is kept for a period of 5 years from the last date of interaction with our services. The data is then deleted.
All users have the right to keep control of the information concerning them.
The main rights are the right of access, rectification, deletion, opposition and the right of portability concerning all personal data.
Everyone also has the right to limit the processing of personal data.
Everyone also has the right not to be subject to individual decision-making based exclusively on automated processing such as profiling.
Finally, everyone has the right to define guidelines on the fate of their personal data in the event of death.
Consent to the processing of personal data, granted at a given time, may be withdrawn at any time.
To assert your rights, do not hesitate to contact our DPO, preferably by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post at the following address: 24-28 Rue Goethe L-1637 Luxembourg, Luxembourg.