Your privacy is important to us. Below is a description of how we process personal data and what rights you have as an individual and how you can contact us for more information.
Where does your personal information come from?
From you directly: In most cases, your personal information comes to us when you provide it through the dialogue we have. This can, for example, be in connection with us meeting at an event or in connection with us helping you in a support matter.
From your employer: In our active collaboration agreements, we may also receive your information from your employer if, for example, you are involved in a development project or support matter in which we are also involved.
What information we collect about you, our purpose, and legal basis for the treatment
|PURPOSE||PERSONAL DATA||LEGAL REASON||DURATION WE PROCESS THE DATA|
|To be able to carry out the assignments that you or your employer ordered.||– Name- Email- Phone number- Title- Employer- Case history||To fulfill an agreement to which you or your employer is a party Balancing of interests, whereby our legitimate interest is to be able to provide an efficient work process, as well as support and case history for our customers||During the contract period and thereafter for two (2) years after the contractual relationship has ended to be able to provide and improve our service to you or your employer|
|To fulfill our legal obligations||– Personal data appearing in accounting material||To fulfill legal obligations||For seven (7) years to fulfill our obligations under applicable accounting laws|
|To be able to offer relevant information regarding our products and services||– Name- Email- Phone number- Employer- Title||Balancing of interests, whereby our legitimate interest is to market our products and services||As long as we have a business relationship or until you ”opt out”. Upon contact to initiate a business relationship, the information is saved until you opt out.|
|To recruit new employees||– Name- Email- Submitted documents such as CV, personal letter, and grades- Notes from any interviews and references- Test results from knowledge tests||Balancing of interests, whereby our legitimate interest is to hire new employees.||When announcing a position, your information is saved during the recruitment process. For spontaneous applications, your information is saved for as long as you can be relevant for a job with LeanOn.|
|Determine, defend or assert legal claims||– Case history- Job applications||Balancing of interests, whereby our legitimate interest is to be able to establish, defend or assert legal claims.||Under the current contractual relationship and thereafter up to ten (10) years after the termination of the contractual relationship When applying for a job, the application is saved for up to two years after the application procedure has been completed.|
Who do we share your personal information with?
We may share your personal information with trusted suppliers or partners to the extent necessary, such as IT suppliers or professional advisors.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file created by the websites you visit. The text files contain information about you as a visitor and are saved on your computer to facilitate your use of the website.
According to EU data protection legislation, you as a registrant have certain statutory rights.
Right to object to direct marketing – You can object at any time to the processing of personal data that relates to you for direct marketing. Then your personal data will no longer be processed for such purposes.
Right of access – You have the right to access your personal data, which means receiving confirmation of whether personal data concerning you is processed and if so, also gain access to the personal data and certain additional information about the processing.
Right to correction, deletion, or restriction – You have the right to correction, deletion, or restriction of the processing of your personal data and the right to object to the processing.
Right to withdraw consent – If and to the extent that you have given special consent to a certain treatment, you always have the right to withdraw your consent. You do this by contacting us.
Right to object regarding balancing of interests – When our processing of personal data takes place with the support of so-called balancing of interests, you have the right to object to the treatment at any time.
Right to data portability – You have the right to data portability, which means that under certain circumstances you have the right to receive personal data about yourself that you have provided to us in a structured format to be able to transfer the personal data to another data controller.
Right to complain to the authority – You have the right to complain to your national data protection authority (Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection) if the processing of your personal data does not meet the requirements of EU data protection legislation.
Changes in the policy
LeanOn AB (556554-1595) is responsible for the processing of your personal data. We comply with European and Swedish data protection legislation and process your data responsibly and securely.
You are welcome with your questions and reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 2018-05-25