DATA PROTECTION PRIVACY NOTICE FOR EMPLOYEE CANDIDATE
As Bozoğlu-İzgi Attorney Partnership ("Bozoğlu İzgi"), we value the protection of your privacy greatly. With this privacy notice, we would like to inform you about our processing activities in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Law No.6698 ("PDPL") and the relevant legislation.
1. DATA CONTROLLER
As Bozoğlu İzgi, we are the data controller, and our contact information is as follows:
Name: Bozoğlu İzgi Attorney Partnership
E-mail: info@bi.legal
Contact Adress: Ayazağa Mahallesi Mimar Sinan Sokak Seba Office Boulevard D Blok Daire 5 Sarıyer / İSTANBUL
Phone Number: 0 212 235 25 25
Fax Number: 0 212 235 25 24
2. DATA THAT WE PROCESS
Name, Surname, and Title
T.C. identification number
Date of birth
Phone number and e-mail address
Education and job history
Data you provide us within the scope of job application (For example, your CV and the information inside of it)
Our evaluations regarding your application
Visual and / or audio data related to
3. THE LEGAL GROUND AND METHOD OF OUR PROCESSING
We process your above-mentioned data for the legal grounds as it is directly linked to the establishment of an employment agreement between us and is mandatory for our legitimate interest or you gave explicit consent. It is in our legitimate interest to ensure the security of our office and to contribute to our human resources studies.
Your personal data that you will share with us are obtained and processed by non-automatic means, as part of our data recording system, and by fully or partially automated means during our communications.
We collect your personal data in the following ways:
E-mail
Phone call and (or) interview
Security cameras
Online communication tools and platforms
4. OUR PURPOSE OF THE PROCESSING
We process the above-mentioned data for the purposes of:
To evaluate your job application
To communicate with you
To contribute to our human resources activities
To contact with you in case of potential job opportunities
Ensuring the security of the office
5. THE TRANSFER OF YOUR DATA
Your data will be transferred, to the authorized administrative authorities or public bodies and institutions in mandatory situations as required by the legislation, by respecting the principle of proportionality.
When you choose to communicate by electronic means, you transfer your personal data abroad due to the fact that the servers of e-mail service providers and cloud service providers are located abroad. Alternatively, you can choose to contact us at our phone number or office address.
6. THE PURPOSE OF OUR TRANSFERS
We transfer the above-mentioned data for the purposes of:
To evaluate your job application
To communicate with you
To contribute to our human resources activities
To contact with you in case of potential job opportunities
Ensuring the security of the office
Using e-mail and cloud service providers to communicate
7. HOW DO WE STORE YOUR DATA?
We store your personal data only for the periods required for the above purposes or for the periods foreseen to comply with legal regulations. In the event that is allowed by the current legislation, your personal data can always be deleted based on your request.
8. YOUR RIGHTS
You can always use your rights, which are listed in article 11 of PDPL and stated below regarding your personal data, by contacting Bozoğlu İzgi Privacy Team via the e-mail address info@bi.legal or the contact information mentioned above;
a) to learn whether his/her personal data are processed or not,
b) to demand for information as to if his/her personal data have been processed,
c) to learn the purpose of the processing of his/her personal data and whether these personal data are used in compliance with the purpose,
ç) to know the third parties to whom his personal data are transferred in country or abroad,
d) to request the rectification of the incomplete or inaccurate data, if any,
e) to request the erasure or destruction of his/her personal data,
f) to request reporting of the operations carried out pursuant to sub-paragraphs (d) and (e) to third parties to whom his/her personal data have been transferred,
g) to object to the occurrence of a result against the person himself/herself by analysing the data processed exclusively through automated systems,
ğ) to claim compensation for the damage arising from the unlawful processing of his/her personal data.