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GDPR Policy

Introduction

 

If you reached our website, we want to inform you on this page about the way we collect and use your personal data. It sounds like we are police, but we will explain below what are we referring to.

Personal data means any information related to age, name, home address, phone number, e-mail address, operating system, device model used etc. Through the My HR Lab website we collect the following data and we will explain below why we need them.

 

What data we collect and to what purpose?

 

Name and first name – these are required to register for our workshops, but also to request an offer for courses or consultancy. This way, we know who are we talking to and we can assign the request.

E-mail address – it is required to register on the website subscriber list, and we use it to send you the news we post on the website (articles and studies), and also information regarding future workshops and events

Phone number – it is required on the registration or offer request form, to be able to contact you much faster.

Company name – it is required to draw up the service contract between My HR Lab and your company, if the participation or the consultancy is paid by the company.

Invoicing data (natural or legal person) – it is used to draw up the contract for the services provided by My HR Lab, based on which we issue the invoices.

Browser data/cookies/IP/device – these help us optimize your website browsing experience, but also to eliminate the errors that could occur if we couldn’t analyze these parameters.

 

Sharing the personal data

 

None of the data collected from the users of this website is shared to any third party. All personal data we have access to are used strictly for My HR Lab and are not shared with other entities.

 

Using the data for marketing and online advertising purposes

 

The notifications regarding our activity (workshops, events, articles) are announced in our newsletter via e-mail, but also through ads and sponsored content on various platforms (Facebook, Google Adwords, Instagram, LinkedIn). The information processed to personalize the ad experience are generic (sex, age, geo-location, proximity, interests, affinities, etc.) These do not lead to personal identification, but help us to understand the users and to offer them relevant content.

 

Cookie Policy

 

An “Internet Cookie” (term known also as “browser cookie” or “HTTP cookie” or simply “cookie”) is a small file, consisting of letters and numbers, which will be stored on a user’s computer, mobile device or other equipment that accesses the Internet. The cookie is installed through a request issued by a web-server to a browser (e.g.: Internet Explorer, Chrome) and is completely “passive” (does not contain software, viruses or spyware and cannot access the information on the user’s hard drive.)

 

You can find more information about the types of cookies, and also about their management and utility by reading the Cookie Policy

 

Deleting the personal data

 

If you want us to delete your personal data, please contact us at our e-mail address, [email protected], and we will do it within 72 hours. In order to delete your data from the site subscriber contact base or from our monthly e-mail marketing campaigns, please click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter. Or, you can contact us directly and we will do it for you, as we mentioned above.