Information on personal data processing in the recruitment process and during employment
Who processes your personal data?
How the Bank ensures lawfulness of your personal data processing?
The laws and regulations provide that the Bank has the right to process your personal data only if it: (i) has determined the purposes of such personal data processing first, (ii) has determined the amount of your personal data required to accomplish the set objective first, (iii) has a legal basis to process your personal data and (iv) has provided you with information on your rights within the context of personal data processing.
Normally, upon recruitment the Bank processes your personal data relying on the following:
When the Bank has legal interest to process your personal data that is based on serving legitimate interests of the Bank, your personal data are processed taking into account your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms that require protection of personal data.
What personal data are processed by the Bank?
How the Bank obtains your personal data?
1. Personal data you provide to the Bank yourself:
2. Personal data the Bank obtains from third parties (incl. external databases)
IMPORTANT: The persons or organisations mentioned herein support the Bank in maintaining, for instance, its IT infrastructure, as well as advise the Bank on opportunities for recruitment process development.
How long the Bank stores your personal data?
What are possible consequences of refusing to provide your personal data (or other information) when requested by the Bank?
IMPORTANT: The Bank may request you to submit information that it finds useful for the purposes other than execution of the Bank’s legitimate interests, fulfilment of legal obligations applicable to the Bank, or implementation of activities prior to conclusion of an agreement. If in the abovemebtioned cases the Bank requests you to provide information about yourself, the Bank will first inform you about the purposes of suchpersonal data processing and will explain, whether you are obliged to provide such additional personal data (or any other information), as well as the effects it will have on you.
What are your rights as to processing of your personal data?
IMPORTANT: The Bank is not obliged to provide candidateswith the copies of documents at the Bank’s disposal, and the Bank does not provide candidates with the information that contains third party data. The Bank may provide you with a copy of your personal data in an electronic form, which you may reuse, incl. submit to other institutions or request the Bank to forward.
2. to amend or delete your personal data:
IMPORTANT: The candidate is responsible for precision, accuracy, and validity of the submitted personal data (or other information). The Bank may not amend a candidate’s personal data at its own discretion, as well as to search at its own discretion for a candidate’s personal data in third party databases to maintain accuracy and relenace of its databases.
IMPORTANT: The Bank will not be able to delete a candidate’s personal data if the laws and regulations provide for a legal obligation to store such personal data or the Bank’s legitimate interests override a candidate’s rights infringed by non-deletion of the data.
3. to limit processing of your personal data:
IMPORTANT: By exercising the right to limit processing of your personal data, processing of your personal data within the recruitment process could be temporarily curtailed – i.e. the Bank might be unable to evaluate your compliance with the requirements of the vacant position and make a relevant decision.
4. to object to processing of your personal data:
Does the Bank process your personal data, taking automated individual decisions?
Whom can your personal data be transferred to?
IMPORTANT: The Bank processes candidates’ personal data through various information systems, whose technical maintenance may be outsourced on the instructions of the Bank to personal data processors. In addition, notifications on job competitions (job ads) are published on www.cv.lv, managed by SIA CV-ONLINE Latvia.
Are your personal data communicated beyond the European Union or the European Economic Area?
What regulatory documents of the Bank govern processing of your personal data?
Are you entitled to file a proposal or a complaint?
Apart from the above, you have the right to file a complaint to the Data State Inspectorate regarding non-compliance of personal data processing performed by the Bank with the statutory requirements as to personal data protection. A complaint may be filed to the Data State Inspectorate: