Archer Research has implemented a policy in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 effective as of May 25th, 2018. The GDPR policy at Archer Research assures that personal data (by means of all information related to an identified or identifiable natural person) is processed in compliance with the EU GDPR on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
Archer Research uses the following basic principles when processing personal data. These principles are applied to both automatic and manual data processing operations.
- The data Archer Research collects from data subjects are intended to offer high quality services. Archer Research will clearly and transparently indicate which data is processed and for which purpose(s) the personal data is used.
- Archer Research only collects data in order to provide the best services.
- Archer Research aims to process data correct and accurate.
- Archer Research constantly monitors the retention period of the collected data, in order to avoid unnecessary data retention.
- Archer Research takes measures to ensure that the data is protected against unauthorized access, loss, alteration or destruction.
- We transfer our responsibility regarding the processing of personal data to anyone in contact with the data.
- Archer Research shall not transfer personal data from a data subject outside of the EU, international organizations or third parties, where they may not have the same data protection laws and rights similar to those in data subjects’ own country, unless the recipient has an adequate level of protection for the purpose of scientific evaluation and publication.
In case of further questions, remarks or complaints, as well for requests to access, rectify or remove personal data, please contact the data protection officer (dpo [at] archerresearch.eu).
Data subjects have the rights to view, correct, erase, restrict processing, copy, and object their data processed by Archer Research. These rights can be limited by specific regulations that apply to the data. That is why Archer Research will first test the legal framework for every request to exercise a right. If, in accordance with this legal framework, Archer Research is unable to grant the requested right, such as a request for inspection that is prevented by legislation, Archer Research will inform the data subject accordingly.
When you apply for a job at Archer Research, Archer Research will collect the following personal data in order to review whether you are a suitable candidate. In addition, Archer Research can request back-up documentation.
- Identification data;
- Personal characteristics (data such as age, gender, marital status, language, ...);
- Family composition;
- Information about training and education;
- Work experience.
These data will not be shared with external parties. Archer Research will save your data conform GDPR until 1 year after the last contact. Subject to legal restriction, the rights as stated above apply.
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