1.1. The web environment Bravest (hereinafter the “Website”) is owned and operated by Bravest OÜ (hereinafter “Bravest”), commercial registry code 16153705; email: email@example.com. Bravest is also acting as the data controller of the personal data.
1.4. By subscribing through the Website, the User gives their consent for the processing of the User’s personal data by Bravest.
1.5. The User will ensure that the information is accurate and up-to-date and confirm that the data entered in the Website do not provide misleading information about the User’s education, work experience or personal qualities. The User will be liable for the damage to Bravest and/or any third parties arising from the submission of false, inaccurate or incomplete information.
2. Bravest’s Services and the Website
2.1. Bravest provides services that enable individuals to advance their career, and enable companies to find and hire new employees.
2.2. By using the services provided by Bravest, Users can advance their career by finding and applying to suitable and appropriate jobs.
2.3. The User agrees that Bravest may use the User’s contact details to notify them about appropriate job vacancies that match the User’s professional profile.
2.4. The User agrees that Bravest is not obliged to guarantee the User a job or contacts with employers seeking employees.
3. Purposes of and Legal Grounds for Processing Personal Data
3.1. Bravest processes both the personal data entered by the User and the data collected by Bravest.
3.2. The personal data entered by the User when subscribing through the Website are:
3.2.1. Upon subscription: Name, surname, email address, phone number, CV, additional optional data on CV: Country, city/town, Skype ID, web addresses (e.g. LinkedIn), work experience, education, further training, professional profile – a description (in the form of free text) of key competences, strengths, achievements, values, etc. (computer literacy, hobbies, interests, other skills, etc.); other business and voluntary activities – involvement in supervisory boards, shareholding in companies, voluntary work, participation and involvement of social organisations, etc.; expectations of the position – salary, employer, location, work environment, job description, willingness to travel; references – company, name, position and contact details of the referee;
3.2.4. the User can provide additional documents (CV, motivation letter, etc.) as an attachment.
3.3. Adding a User to the Bravest Talentbank is subject to prior consent of the User. Submitting their information through Bravest Website is considered consent.
3.4. Bravest will only contact the referees indicated by the User. It is advisable to inform the referees that their contact details have been provided to Bravest and to expect to be contacted.
3.5. Bravest collects and stores personal data in an electronic format and, if necessary, may extract the data in any other format. Bravest is not obliged to store the Users’ personal data in its database.
3.6. The processing of personal data is necessary for providing the services (the data provided by the User), ensuring the functioning of the Website and complying with legal obligations. The provision of services to a User means that the User is involved in targeted search.
3.7. Bravest will prepare and transmit to potential employers summaries based on the personal data provided by Users.
3.8. Before using the personal data for any purposes other than those referred to above, Bravest will notify the Users or ask them to give their explicit consent, depending on the purpose of such processing.
4. Time Limits for Storing Personal Data
4.1. Bravest will store the User’s personal data only for as long as it is necessary for the provision of the requested service and in accordance with the requirements laid down by applicable law.
4.2. Non-personal data will be stored for an unlimited period of time.
5. Location and Transfer of Personal Data
5.2. The User is aware that Bravest may transfer, as part of the service, their personal data to third parties, in particular to employers who will ensure proper protection of the data.
6. Security Measures
6.1. Bravest is giving due consideration to the data protection issues and is implementing various measures to ensure data security. Such measures include password authentication and secure connection (https).
6.2. When selecting its technical partners, Bravest will give due consideration to the importance of data protection and require its partners to comply with the data protection rules.
7. Rights of the Data Subject
7.1. The rights of data subjects under applicable data protection legislation:
7.1.1. right of access to their personal data;
7.1.2. right to rectification of inaccurate personal data;
7.1.3. right to erasure of personal data (“right to be forgotten” – Bravest will delete any data if there are no legal grounds for the continued processing of those data, but will preserve the record of such erasure);
7.1.4. right to restrict the processing of personal data;
7.1.5. right of data portability;
7.1.6. right to withdraw their consent to the processing of personal data;
7.1.7. right to not be evaluated on the basis of automated processing (including profiling);
7.1.8. right to complain to a national data protection supervisory authority about infringements of the rules of the processing of personal data.
7.2. To exercise these rights, the User should contact Bravest by submitting a relevant request or objection to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
10.1. Cookies are small data files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website.
10.3. These cookies are used to manage sessions; session cookies track the User’s progression through the Website during a session to ensure the functioning of the system and to identify and address any problems that may arise. We also use functionality cookies that remember Users so there is no need to log in again and cookies that remember Users’ language preferences.
10.4. Bravest uses Google Analytics to analyse the traffic on the Website; therefore, we also use the cookies of Google Analytics.
10.5. Users can decline cookies by adjusting specific browser settings accordingly, but this may cause problems in the functioning of the Website and prevent you from taking full advantage of the Website.
11. Amendments and Supplements
12. Applicable Law and Resolution of Disputes
12.2. The Parties will use their best efforts to resolve any disputes arising from or related to the Agreement by negotiations. If a dispute cannot be resolved by negotiations, the Parties have the right of recourse to Harju Maakohus (Harju County Court) in accordance with the applicable legislation of the Republic of Estonia.
12.3. In case of complaints concerning the processing of personal data, the User has the right to lodge a complaint with the competent data protection authority.