This policy governs the way in which we use the personal data that we process in the context of your relationship with Technosub Group, and how we fulfill our data protection obligations in accordance with various laws, rules and regulations to which we are subject as a company.
We are committed to privacy and recognize the need for appropriate protection and management of any personal data communicated to us. In this policy, personal data refers to any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. This policy sets out our commitment to data protection, as well as the rights and obligations of individuals with respect to the personal data we collect, use, retain and disclose (as applicable, “process” or “treat”), but only to the extent required by applicable data protection laws (as defined below).
This policy applies, without limitation, to the personal data of the following current and former individuals who consults this website and submits personal information.
Personal information is that which relates to a natural person and allows them to be identified. It is confidential. With certain exceptions, it cannot be communicated without the consent of the person concerned.
Personal information we may collect about you is as follows:
Once you access our website, an exchange of information between your computer and our server takes place without the need for any intervention on your part. Without being identified personally, we bring to your attention that the information exchanged concerns:
This exchange of information is necessary for statistical purposes, to find out about your computer technology, your country of origin and to count the number of visitors.
Please refer to the sections below to learn more about the data automatically transmitted between computers.
A cookie is an information file that is placed on your browser by a server when you visit a website. The latter can be retrieved by this server during subsequent visits. Cookies can only be read by the website that transmits them to your computer. These inform us of the computer devices that you use as well as your interactions in our Web world. They are used to facilitate browsing on the pages of this site, to measure our performance, as well as to compile statistical data.
At any time, you could set your browser to block the cookies. However, you should be aware that this action may deprive of certain features available on the site.
We process personal data for purposes necessary for your employment or hiring, or in order to offer our services.
If you submit a job application or otherwise participate in a recruitment process undertaken by us or on our behalf, we may collect, use and disclose your personal data to:
We limit the processing of personal data to what is necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or authorized by the data subject and takes reasonable steps to ensure that all personal data is reliable, accurate, complete and current. We only retain personal data for the period necessary to achieve the purpose for which they were collected or authorized, or for the period required by applicable legislation or regulations.
Retention is the period during which we keep your personal information, in whatever form, regardless of whether the information is actively used or not.
At this stage, we must respect the following obligations:
We take the security of personal data related to human resources seriously. We have implemented procedures and internal controls to protect personal data against loss, accidental destruction, misuse or disclosure, and to ensure that the data is not accessed except by individual resources in the exercise of their functions. This includes limiting access to HR and payroll staff only. When we contract third parties to process personal data on our behalf, these parties do so on the basis of documented instructions, are bound by an obligation of confidentiality and must implement appropriate measures to ensure data security of a personal nature. We report known security incidents to affected individuals in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
A confidentiality incident corresponds to any access, use or communication not authorized by law of personal information, as well as the loss of personal information or any other breach of its protection.
If we have or employee has reason to believe that a confidentiality incident involving personal information it holds has occurred, it must take reasonable steps to reduce the risk of harm being caused and prevent new incidents of the same nature do not occur.
The company's obligations in the event of a confidentiality incident:
The life cycle of personal information ends soon as the purpose for which it was collected is accomplished, subject to the time limit provided by law or by a retention schedule established by government regulation. In addition, personal information may be anonymized (remove any information that identifies the employee) if necessary for conservation purposes.
All comments, questions, concerns, or complaints regarding your personal information or regarding this policy or our privacy practices should be directed to the following contact information:
To the attention of the Privacy Officer
1156, avenue Larivière
In addition, we are committed to offering you the option of objecting to the use of your personal information.
The “Right of Opposition” allows you to refuse that your personal information be used for certain purposes identified at the time of collection.
The Privacy Officer will attempt to respond to each of your written requests within thirty (30) days of such requests. If he/she is unable to meet this deadline, the Privacy Officer will inform you of the new deadline required in the circumstances.