You are probably here because you would like our help to find a highly skilled, digital candidate for a business development, an e-business, a user experience or a marketing or communications position in your organisation. Or you are a candidate wanting to be matched with a great digital job within either of those fields. Or maybe you are here because you would like to serve on an advisory board, be a mentor or a mentee or any other business opportunity within the digital field.
Whether a client or candidate, we in Induce would like you to know how we handle the personal data that comes into our hands during a recruitment process or when you visit our website or use any of our other services.
1. Data Controller
Induce is the data controller of your personal data. Our legal and contact details are:
In order for us at Induce to help match organisations (client) and candidates with the best possible opportunities, jobs or otherwise, we need some information about you.
If you are a client or potential client, we process your data in order to provide you with the best possible advice on recruitment and related topics (with the purpose of entering a contract).
We process data about your identity, contact and professional data, such as your name, email, phone, position, information about our business relation as well as payment information when entering a contract. The legal basis for this is the GDPR article 6, 1 (b).
If you are a candidate or potential candidate, we process your data in order to match you with a job (with the purpose of our client entering an employment contract with you) or other career opportunities according to the interests expressed on your profile on our by-invitation-only recruitment and network platform, Bridge.
We process data about your identity, contact and professional data, such as your name, email, phone, address, work experience (roles and number of years in each role), your personality (you fill in yourself, not a 250 question psyc survey) as well as your preferences for future jobs, types of organisations, commute, and pay. The legal basis for this is the GDPR article 6, 1 (a).
We do not process any sensitive data about you like ethnicity, sexuality, health etc. and nor do we process any data about your criminal record.
When creating your profile in Bridge, you give your consent to us sharing your profile information with our client and, provided you have indicated that you are interested in network groups, third parties. The legal basis for this is the GDPR article 6, 1 (a). When we share your profile with a client, you will receive an automatic notification. You can, at all times, change your profile status to ”inactive” (you will not show up in any searches by Induce and our client) or ”anonymous” (your profile will not show up in searches by our client).
We will always ask for your expressed consent prior to us taking out references on you.
When you sign up to our online newsletter, we process your name, e-mail, position and company. The legal basis for this is the GDPR article 6, 1 (a).
We only use your personal data for marketing purpose when you have given your expressed consent according to GDPR article 6, 1 (a). You may, at any time, unsubscribe.
In order to use or access parts of our website, induce.dk, we need you to part with certain personal data. E.g. if you send a message to us via the website forms, we need our name and email in order to send you a reply.
In some instances we will share your personal data with our service providers, i.e. the IT-provider of Hyro etc. These providers process personal data solely on behalf of Induce and according to our instructions.
4. Third countries
Induce does not transfer your personal data to countries outside the EU.
We strive to put in place every measure to secure your personal data. Consequently, we have internal procedures and policies that ensure that we comply with the GDPR demands for appropriate technical and organisational security measures.
6. Storage and deletion
We will delete your personal data once we no longer has a processing need according to the purposes outlined above.
Special legal requirements, e.g. the Danish Financial Statements Act, requires us to keep personal data on client (i.e. contracts) with client for up to five years.
Personal data on candidates, processed on the grounds of the candidates expressed consent, will be kept for up to two years in Bridge. You will then be asked to reactivate your profile. If you don’t, your profile will be deleted from Hyro.
As part of Induce’s contract with client, client are required to delete all personal data on all candidates for the specific job at the end of a recruitment process.
Any correspondence with candidates on either email or any files that a candidate has sent to us will be deleted no more than three months after the end of a given recruitment process.
7. Your rights
You have the right to:
know what data is stored about you in Hyro and other systems, Induce may use in the recruitment process or as part of a contract with you as a client
get a copy of that data (we have 30 days to respond to your request)
make changes and additions to your candidate data (you can do that yourself by accessing your Hyro profile)
have all data about you as a candidate deleted (we have 30 days to respond to your request)
be informed if we have a data breach or suspicion of a data breach that has implications for your personal data
8. Links on our website
We may from time to time post links on our website to other websites. Induce is not responsible for the content on other companies’ websites or how they handle personal data.
Induce ( /ɪnˈdjuːs/ )
1. To lead or move, as to a course of action, by influence or persuasion.
2. To bring about or stimulate the occurrence of; cause
3. To infer by inductive reasoning.