1. INCO'S COMMITMENT TO PROTECTING PRIVACY
INCO is committed to protect your privacy online.
Consequently, we comply with all applicable legislation. To achieve a high level of privacy, we have decided to use as standard for all our entities the obligations set by the European Union Regulation n° 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter “GDPR”).
2. WHO WE ARE
INCO entities together; or
The INCO entity you have been in contact with, through its website or by participating to an INCO program. Your data are processed by this entity, excepted in some cases explained in this policy
Depending on your country, your personal data are processed by the following entity, acting as data controller:
3. SCOPE OF THIS POLICY AND DATA PROCESSED BY THIRD-PARTIES
4. YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THIS POLICY
The use of our services and your participation to our programs implies your full acceptance of this Policy.
This Policy will always be accessible on our websites.
5. WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE COLLECT?
In accordance with the principle of minimization, we only collect and process the minimal amount of personal data needed. Whenever we can, we limit access to your personal data and implement security measures such as pseudonymization.
Depending on the context, we collect the following personal data:
On participants or applicants to our programs:
Identification data: e-mail, name and surname, phone number
Profile data of students: age, gender, education, location.
Social-economic and/or legal status, depending on the program: employment status, range of income, employment sector, part of underserved community, migration status, etc..
Special categories of data, depending on the program: personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, data concerning health (including disabilities) or data concerning a natural person's sex life or sexual orientation, trade union membership.
Information on training progress.
Communication materials: photographs, video and audio recordings.
On the person making a proposal of partnerships or sharing a job offer with our participants:
Identification data: name and surname, e-mail, phone number, position held and entity.
On applicants to a job in an INCO entity:
Identification data: name and surname, e-mail, phone number, address.
Relevant data regarding applicant qualifications and wishes.
6. WHAT PURPOSES IS YOUR DATA COLLECTED FOR AND HOW LONG DO WE RETAIN IT?
The table below sets out why we process your data, the lawful basis for the processing and the associated retention period:
7. RECIPIENTS OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
Your personal data may be shared internally with our services. In case of need, your personal data may be shared to other entities of INCO.
If you’re involved in the Work In Tech Program, your personal data will be also processed by our partner on our behalf.
Your data are also processed by our software providers.
8. PROTECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA DURING INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS
For the purposes set out in article 6 of this Policy, we may transfer your personal data to internal or external recipients located who may be in countries offering different levels of personal data protection.
Consequently, in addition to implementation of this charter, we employs appropriate measures to ensure secure transfer of your personal data to an INCO entity or to an external recipient located in a country offering a different level of privacy from that in the country where the personal data was collected.
9. DATA SECURITY
We take appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against illicit or accidental destruction, alteration or loss misuse and unauthorized access, modification or disclosure.
In particular, we pseudonymize your personal data as much as possible.
A) What is a cookie
Cookies are small text files sent to your browser by a web server in order to return information to this server.
Cookies ensure smooth functioning of websites or enhance navigation. They may collect information on you and your navigation, which can be personal data. You are warned by a banner displayed on our website that we send cookies to your device, which are then stored on it and remain active for a certain period.
B) Types of cookies
INCO cookies (« first party cookies »): these cookies are sent to your device by our website i.e., by our company.
Third party cookies: this type of cookie is sent to your device by third party entities, with their own web server. By doing so, these entities may collect your personal data. We do not exercise any control over the processing of personal data by this type of cookies. We decline all responsibility regarding the processing of personal data by these entities.
Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
Linkedin Corp., 1000 West Maude Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA, 94085, USA
Facebook, Inc., 1601 Willow Road Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA
C) What cookie do we use and why ?
(i) Necessary cookies
Necessary cookies allow you to navigate on our website and access to all our services. Your consent is not required to store this type of cookie on your device.
(ii) Analytics cookies
Analytics cookies are used to collect data that allows us to understand how users interact with our website. These insights allow us both to improve content and to build better features that improve the user's experience.
(iii) Advertisement cookies
This type of cookie will collect data on your navigation and behavior to display to you advertisement based on topics that interest you. Your consent is always required for the storage of these cookies.
When visiting our website, you can set your cookies preferences to:
Accept all cookies, or
Refuse all non-necessary cookies, or
Accept cookies of your selection.
Setting your preferences may impact you access to services provided by our website. We decline any responsibility over the consequence of your refusal to the storage of cookies.
Your preferences can be set:
By clicking on the buttons on the cookie banner displayed at your first visit on our website ;
By setting your choice with our Cookie Consent Manager;
By setting your browser :
11. YOUR RIGHTS
You have the right to obtain information about and access your personal data collected we collect, subject to applicable legal provisions. You also have the right to have your personal data rectified, erased or have the processing of it restricted. Furthermore, you have the right to data portability and to issue instructions on how your data is to be treated after your death. You can also object to the processing of your personal data, subject to legal provisions. If the processing of your data is based on your consent, you also have the right to withdraw your consent at any moment.
We remind you that your personal data are process in order answer your demands or to allow you to participate to one of our programs. Without these data, we may not be able to answer your demand and your participation may be hindered or impossible.
In the event that you wish to exercise any of your above rights, please contact us directly:
By sending an email to email@example.com.
By writing a mail to the INCO entity you have been in contact with (see art. 2 for the address).
In case of reasonable doubts concerning your identity, you may be asked to provide a copy of an official piece of identification, such as an ID card or passport. All requests will receive a response as swiftly as possible.
If you are not satisfied with the way we process your personal data, you have the right to introduce a complain before the competent data protection authority.
INCO Group Entity
Contact for questions regarding personal data
Inco & Co
Inco & Co
Inco Community gGmbH
Inco Community Inc.
Inco Tunisie SARL
Inco Polska LLC
Objectif / Activité
Direct application to a program
Legitimate interest to select applicants/Consent if sensitive data are included
Access and use of online learning platforms
Measuring progress of learners and improve our programs
Legitimate interest to collect data need to improve our programs
Measuring the social impact of the program
Communication materials for promotion and education purposes
Answer your proposition of partnership or share your job offer with participants
Litigation risk management
Process application of job applicants
Understanding the profile of participants
Legitimate interest to process your data in order to assess your demand and answer it
Legitimate interest to retain data for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims
Legitimate interest to select applicants