KEMIT will process your personal data if you apply for a job or send us a request for clarification, a letter of formal notice or a request for information.
How is a person's name displayed in an online document register? Full name or initials?
The names of individuals are not shown in our document register, we mark the sender impersonally, without names. The sender's full name is visible in the internal information system.
What access restrictions are used to communicate with individuals?
Correspondence with private individuals is subject to a general access restriction (serial restriction). If someone wishes to inspect your correspondence and make a request for information, the serial restriction means that upon receipt of the request for information, we will review whether the requested document can be issued in part or in full. We will certainly cover your personal contact details, such as your email address or telephone number (unless you are in contact as a legal entity or agency). Otherwise, restricting access depends on the content of the document. Possible grounds for access restrictions are set out in § 35 of the Public Information Act.
Notwithstanding the restriction on access, we will issue the document to an authority or person who has a direct legal right to request it (eg pre-trial proceedings or a court).
We keep correspondence with private individuals for 5 years. Documents that exceed this deadline will be destroyed.
What data is collected from candidates for employment and how long is it stored?
When applying for a job with us, we proceed from the information published by the candidate himself or herself and data collected from public sources;
we assume that we are able to communicate with those nominated by the candidate;
the candidate has the right to know what data we have collected about him;
he has the right to inspect the data we have collected and to give explanations and objections;
the details of other candidates will not be published;
we will keep the data of the candidates who have not been elected during the opposition period (1 year);
Candidates' data is restricted information (ie it is not publicly available) to which third parties (including competent authorities) can access only in cases provided by law.
How can a person access his or her personal data?
You have the right to access the data we have collected about you. We provide information and documents upon request. We will only refuse your request for access if it can:
(a) prejudice the rights and freedoms of another person,
(b) to prevent the prevention of a criminal offense or the apprehension of an offender,
(c) to make it more difficult to establish the truth in criminal proceedings,
(d) jeopardize the protection of the secrecy of the child's descent.
You have the right to request the correction of incorrect personal data, and if we no longer have a (legal) basis for using your personal data, you may request that it be terminated or deleted.
You have the right to challenge our decisions or go to administrative court.