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Microingranaggi S.r.l., with a view to constant improvement, has set itself the goal, as Data Controller, to be fully respectful of the rules on the management and processing of personal data of individuals required by the applicable regulations, from time to time (1).
To achieve this, those persons who come into contact with our company must express informed consent to the processing of their data.
To achieve this, everyone needs to know in advance what data must be acquired by Microingranaggi S.r.l. with headquarters in Via del Commercio, 29 – 20090 Buccinasco (MI) Italy and for what purposes.

Therefore, the purpose of this information, is to allow a clear understanding of:
1. what data and for what purpose the information is collected (the “Purpose”);
2. how the data is processed (the “Modes”);
the possible diffusion and/or communication to third parties of the data and with which modes (the “Communication”);
3. if it is absolutely mandatory to provide data
4. how long the data is stored for
5. what rights can be exercised by each interested party
6. how consent is expressed
7. how and whom to contact
8. how to exercise the rights provided by paragraph 6

1. What data and why?
One of the key aspects to know, before providing your consent, is to understand which data and why it is collected and processed.
1.1. The data collected is that usually included in a curriculum prepared according to market practices. It is used exclusively for staff research and is not transmitted to other subjects. For example, data that is contained in a curriculum vitae in a European format.
1.2. The curricula received following spontaneous submission via the link (the “Website”) or possibly sent by post or delivered to the Company, are used exclusively for the possible search for and selection of personnel to be included in the company, according to the requirements that gradually become apparent.
1.3. In short, for no other purpose other than to seek recruits for our company.
1.4. As the purpose is only to select possible employees, it is important that only the necessary data is included in the curriculum, omitting data that is not relevant to the purpose specified.
1.5. As the curriculum can be received at a time when no selection is open, Microingranaggi S.r.l. does not keep the curriculum.
1.6. Similarly, as it can be useful for Microingranaggi S.r.l. , always and exclusively for the selection of personnel, to keep the curriculum even after the end of the search, it will do so, except and always in the event of opposition or the exercise of specific rights by the interested party.

2. How does Microingranaggi S.r.l. process data?
The Company wishes to reassure all candidates that the data sent is processed exclusively at the company headquarters, located in Via del Commercio, 29 – 20090 Buccinasco (MI) Italy, by persons specifically appointed to do so.
All persons appointed to manage the data have been prepared and trained to comply with the security measures aimed at ensuring confidentiality and full compliance with the suggested measures provided for by the rules (2).
This happens whether the curriculum is sent with IT tools (e-mail, filling in the form on the Website, etc. ) or sent printed on paper (by ordinary mail, delivered to Reception, etc.).

3. Is the data communicated and/or disseminated?
No, because the data is only processed within the Company, with the methods and for the purposes already set out. Therefore, no communication is made to third parties and neither is data disseminated.

4. Is it mandatory to provide data?
Each individual candidate sends data spontaneously when sending their curriculum to the company. During the course of a possible interview, other information may be requested, strictly connected to the selection initiated, which need also not be provided by the individual, allowing the same to decide whether to respond or not. Should any additional information be spontaneously provided during the interview, the same will always be used for the purposes indicated in point 1 and in the manner referred to in point 2.

5. How long is the data stored for?
The curricula are kept only if the candidates to which they refer are selected for interview and only for the time necessary to complete the same and the selection. Therefore, once the procedure for identifying the candidate is completed, the data relating to the unselected subjects is deleted .

6. What rights can be exercised by each interested party?
Each interested party may, after having provided their consent, exercise a series of important rights, which are foreseen and governed by the law (3), to learn:
6.1. the purposes and methods of the processing (i.e. the purpose indicated in point 1);
6.2. the categories of personal data (i.e. what type of data is processed);
6.3. the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data has been or will be communicated, in particular if these are recipients of Third Countries or international organisations (i.e. those persons who will process the data, if it will be communicated to third parties and if this communication is made to non-EU countries);
6.4. the retention period of the personal data provided or, if this is not possible, the criteria used to determine this period (i.e. how long the data will be processed for);
6.5. if the data is not collected from the interested party, all the information available on its origin;
6.6. the existence of an automated decision-making process, including profiling and, at least in such cases, significant information on the logic used, as well as on the importance and expected consequences of such processing for the interested party.
The interested party also has the right to request from the Data Controller the correction or deletion of personal data or the restriction of the personal data concerning them or may object to its processing.
In the event that a person is not satisfied with the responses received, each interested party may lodge a complaint (using the relevant provisions) with the Guarantor for the protection of personal data and, since 25 May 2018, with the Supervisory Authority.

7. Consent manifestation
Once each individual has received all this information, they can express valid consent to the processing of their personal data. Consent is essential where the curriculum contains information on particular types of data (health conditions, membership of political parties, trade unions, religious faith).
Each candidate is, therefore, invited to provide only the data necessary for the personnel selection purposes and where they intend (at their sole discretion) to include particular data in the curriculum, they must express their consent in writing in the curriculum (for example, in the case of belonging to protected categories or indications regarding limitations in carrying out certain activities, as a consequence of the state of health ).

8. Who to contact?
The Data Controller is Microingranaggi S.r.l., with headquarters in Via del Commercio, 29 – 20090 Buccinasco (MI) Italy .

9. How to exercise rights
To exercise the rights provided for by art. 7 of the Privacy Code and by art. 15 of the EU Reg. 2016/679 (since May 25th 2018), reported in paragraph 6 above, the interested party must submit their request in one of the following ways :
By e-mail to the dedicated address: ;
By registered letter to the following address: Microingranaggi S.r.l., Via del Commercio, 29 – 20090 Buccinasco (MI) Italy.

(1) As is known, art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 30.06.2003, no. 196 (hereinafter also the “Privacy Code”) and art. 13 of EU Reg. 2016/679 (since 25 May 2018) impose the obligation to inform the interested party of the fundamental elements of the processing.
(2) It therefore involves the minimum safety measures referred to in arts. 33, 34 and 35 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 and of art. 32 of the EU Reg. 2016/679 (from 25 May 2018).
(3) Pursuant to art. 7 of the Privacy Code and to art. 15 of EU Reg. 2016/679 (from 25 May 2018).