How we collect data
We collect your personal data:
On our website.
In our day-to-day business operations.
When we engage in a business relationship.
Through email correspondence.
When you provide us with data through meetings, social media or events.
From third parties.
What data we process
Personal data we process includes
Basic information such as your name, workplace and title.
Contact details such as address, email address and telephone number.
Professional background, e.g. CV and cover letter.
Information you provide to us, e.g. in connection with correspondence, job applications, meetings or events.
Why we collect your data
Please find below the purpose, legal basis and storage period of the processing of your data.
Purpose:. To market our products and services through, for example, newsletters, publications and events. Legal basis:. FenoMark Diagnostics’ legitimate interest in marketing its products and services (Legitimate interest). Storage period:. As long as we have a business relationship or until you opt out.
Purpose: To manage our business relationship with you. Legal basis: FenoMark Diagnostics’ legitimate interest in maintaining and managing its business relationships (Legitimate interest). Storage period: As long as we have a business relationship with you or the company you represent.
Purpose: To manage job applications, meaning that we evaluate your skills and your potential of obtaining employment at FenoMark Diagnostics and, if applicable, to offer you employment and enter into an employment agreement with you. Legal basis: The processing is necessary for the purposes of FenoMark Diagnostics’ legitimate interest of recruiting new employees (Legitimate interest). Storage period: FenoMark Diagnostics stores and processes your personal data in order to evaluate your skills and potential of obtaining employment at FenoMark Diagnostics until the position you applied for has been filled. If you have applied for a position that has not been explicitly announced for, we store your application until we have been able to evaluate your potential to – within a reasonable future, but no longer than 3 years – to – obtain employment at FenoMark Diagnostics.
Purpose: To comply with legal obligations. Legal basis: To comply with legal obligations such as accounting and taxation legislation applicable to FenoMark Diagnostics (Legal obligation). Storage period: As long as prescribed by law.
Purpose: For the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims, whether in court proceedings or in an administrative or out-of-court procedure. Legal basis: FenoMark Diagnostics’ legitimate interest in establishing, exercising or defending any legal claims (Legitimate interest). Storage period: Information that is relevant for any legal claim is kept for as long as such claim can be made in accordance with applicable legislation, e.g. two (2) years for job applications subject to the Swedish discrimination act and ten (10) years for any personal data related to FenoMark Diagnostic’ rights or obligations subject to the Swedish statute of limitations.
How we share your data
We may disclose or share your data with:
Auditors and other professional advisors.
Service providers and suppliers (e.g. providers of IT-services).
A third party when it is necessary in order to provide services to you or comply with a legal obligation.
We strive to process all your data inside EU/EEA. However, some of FenoMark Diagnostics’ IT providers may operate outside EU/EEA. When personal data is shared with these providers, FenoMark Diagnostics has ensured that the level of protection is equivalent to that applicable in the EU/EEA, through the standard contractual clauses. You can read more about the themse here.
If we transfer your personal data outside the EU/EEA, such transfer will be subject to appropriate safeguards in accordance with applicable data protection legislation.
Below is a summary of your rights under data protection law. The websites of the EU supervisory authorities can usually provide you with detailed information on these rights.
The right of access. You have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning you are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the supplementary information set out in article 15.1 GDPR.
The right to rectification. You have the right to have inaccurate personal data rectified. You may also be able to have incomplete personal data completed – although this will depend on the purposes for the processing.
The right to erasure. You have the right to have personal data erased without undue delay. This is also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’. The right is not absolute and only applies in under the circumstances set out in article 17.1 GDPR, e.g. if your personal data has been processed unlawfully or if it no longer is necessary for the purpose for which it was collected.
The right to restrict processing. You have the right to restrict the processing of your personal data when you have a particular reason for wanting the restriction. This means that you can limit the way that we use your data. This is an alternative to requesting the erasure of their data.
The right to data portability. The right to data portability gives you the right to receive personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. This only applies that you have provided to us and that is based on your consent or the performance of a contract. It also gives you the right to request that we transmit this data directly to another controller, where possible.
The right to object. The right to object gives you the right to, at any time, object to processing of your personal data on grounds relating to his or her particular situation. This right applies where the processing is based upon on the legal bases public interest in article 6.1 e) or legitimate interests in article 6.1 f) GDPR. Unless we have compelling legitimate grounds for continuing the processing, we will cease the processing when you object.
You may also object to processing of personal data for marketing purposes. When we receive an objection to processing for direct marketing, we will not process your personal data for this purpose.
Right to lodge a complaint. You have a right to lodge a complaint regarding our processing of your data with the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection, Box 8114, SE-104 20 Stockholm, Sweden, or with your own national data protection authority. The contact details for local national data protection authorities can be found at https://edpb.europa.eu/about-edpb/about-edpb/members_en.
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How to contact us
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Updated as of November 1, 2022
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